Radiohead are discussing hitting the road for a new tour after a secret set at Britain's iconic Glastonbury festival breathed "a new lease of life" into the band.
The Creep rockers caused chaos at the music event last month after news of their planned surprise appearance swept across the festival, leading to thousands of fans to flock to the stage.
The group played a number of tracks from their new album, and drummer Philip Selway insists the excitement around their set reinvigorated their love of performing, and sparked the idea of a new trek.
He tells BBC 6 Music, "Absolutely, that (a tour) is what we are talking about at the moment. It felt exciting doing that (Glastonbury) and it felt like we had something else to offer musically. It just felt like a new lease of life in what we are doing, and we would like to see where that takes us."
The band has not been on tour since 2008, when they completed a small four-date jaunt in the U.K.