Radiohead slowly fading from the Internet


Radiohead, one of the most famous musical bands in the globe, has been fading from the Internet over the past couple of days.

Many people believe that something strange is happening with the band, as there are no Facebook posts or Twitter tweets for quite a long time.

Their website slowly decreased in opacity, and finally, it went entirely blank. As of May 01, 2016, we can make it sure that they are fading from the online world, and the only place we can see them is on YouTube, which has some of their old musicals.

The Facebook page of Radiohead has gone completely blank now, and we are not able to see a single post in their official social media handle. Even the cover pictures and profile photo have also been gone completely blank.

At this moment, readers should understand that this new development has happened one day after fans of the band received mysterious flyers which carried the quote “Sing a song of sixpence that goes/Burn the Witch/We know where you live.” Nobody is aware what does this exactly mean, but we can conclude that something strange and mysterious is now happening in the back end.

Thom Yorke has also deleted all his tweets, and if you look at his social media page, you can feel the change. Lastly, their Google + page also has gone blank.

Last January, the band registered a new company called Dawn Chorus LLP. By the end of February, another firm named dawn chorus Ltd was established. It should be noted that the band has previously formed companies before the releases of In Rainbows and The King of Limbs.

We should wait for some more days to know more updates regarding ‘Radiohead’ mystery.

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