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UPDATE 05/03/2017 After mysterious posters appeared around the world earlier this week along with a teaser video, Radiohead have officially announced a reissue of a remastered OK Computer, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the album. The new edition will feature three never before released tracks.

The album will be released on June 23, which is the same day they’ll be performing at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. You can preorder the reissue in all formats right here.

Later this month, Radiohead’s iconic 1997 masterpiece OK Computer will celebrate its 20th anniversary. It now seems that the band is keenly aware of this fact, as a mysterious new teaser has appeared via the band’s Twitter which features narration of lyrics from album cut “Climbing Up the Walls.” Watch it below.

Rumors first began that the band would commemorate their breakthrough album’s birthday when posters appeared last week in multiple cities around the world, soon shared heavily on Reddit. They displayed mysterious, lyrical messages along with the year’s 1997 and 2017 listed below. Radiohead themselves have yet to comment.

Radiohead are still touring in support of last year’s excellent album A Moon Shaped Pool, which made our picks for the Best Albums of 2016. Stay tuned to see what will take place on the OK Computer anniversary on May 21.

In other music news, fans were literally jumping from the roof at Travis Scott’s wild birthday show last night. Get the scoop right here.

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