Radiohead Tease Fans Amid New Album Rumours

Radiohead have posted a cryptic video on their website - two days after the band mysteriously deleted their entire history of tweets and social media posts.

The curious stunt, which coincided with vague leaflets sent to loyal fans in the post, has sparked excited chatter that the English group might be about to release a new album.

On Tuesday morning, a brief clip of an animated bird singing emerged on Radiohead's Instagram, Facebook and Twitter pages without a caption, prompting thousands of comments as to what it could mean.

Then, at lunchtime, another animation was posted of masked men with swords dancing around a medieval woman tied to a tree.

Fans believe this latest clip may be connected to the card, which featured the words: "Sing the song of sixpence that goes Burn The Witch."

Radiohead is known for registering new companies for every album they produce - and in January, a new enterprise called Dawn Chorus LLP was established.

They did the same prior to the release of In Rainbows in 2007 and The King Of Limbs in 2011 - and both albums took fans and the music industry by surprise.

The Oxfordshire-based band have gained a reputation for doing things differently.

When they self-released In Rainbows, fans were encouraged to pay what they wished for a copy from the Radiohead website - even if that meant nothing at all.

As the band has more than 11.5 million followers on Facebook, avid listeners are set to keep their eyes and ears peeled for further teasers.

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