Radiohead have launched their online "Public Library", which arrives with a couple of rare EP's.
The Radiohead Public Library, launched today (20 January), allows fans to create their own library card and membership number, which grants access to an organised archive of the band's back catalogue.
Fans will also have access to detailed artwork, official videos, ad-free HD live and TV performance videos, B-Sides, compilation tracks, and out-of-print merchandise that can be custom made on demand.
To accomany the launch, Radiohead have made their 1992 debut Drill EP, "I Want None of This" from the 2005 charity compilation Help!: A Day in the Life, and the 2011 TKOL RMX 8 remix EP available to stream and download.
Starting today (20 January) through to Friday (24 January), Colin and Jonny Greenwood, Ed O’Brien, Philip Selway, and Thom Yorke will take turns at being a librarian for a day, and will be sharing a curated selection of archival material this week via the band's socials and their Radiohead Public Library cards.