After deleting every post from their social media pages and erasing all content from their website over the past two days, Radiohead has returned to the Internet with two Instagram videos. The first clip was posted in the early hours of the morning on Tuesday and features 15 seconds of a stop-motion bird chirping. The band then followed that up with a second animated video showing a group of masked men with swords circling around a woman tied to a tree.
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While the meaning behind these posts remains cryptic, many fans see this reappearing act as a sign that the Thom Yorke-led group will soon drop their ninth album.
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