Radiohead's ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool is now available to purchase via music streaming platforms such as Tidal - and fans are already piling on the praise.
Thom Yorke, Jonny and Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway and Ed O'Brien have kept fans and admirers waiting for years, but the new album is sure to be a huge success.
The alternative rock band released two songs, Burn The Witch and Daydreaming, online earlier in the week in a lead-up to the 11-track album's release.
Physical copies of the album can be pre-ordered too, but won't be available until June.
Radiohead begin a world tour May 20 in The Netherlands. The band will visit New York and Chicago in July and California in August.
Their last album, The King Of Limbs, was released in 2011. It followed the experimental digital release of In Rainbows in 2007, where fans were able to pay what they wanted for the download.
Reaction has been very positive on social media.
This Radiohead album is a sheer delight.
-- Sparklemonkey (@Sparkle__Monkey) May 9, 2016
Anyone still crying after listening to the new Radiohead album? Just me? Cool. Cool cool cool.
-- John R? (@lackofself) May 9, 2016
-- Anand Guruprasad (@agp747) May 9, 2016