Radiohead have hinted they will perform in the UK next year after updating the tour page of their official website.
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So far it has been revealed they will play two dates in London, and one night each in Manchester and Glasgow.
The band have yet to announce venues or official dates for the gigs - although European festival dates have already been confirmed and gone on sale.
Their In Rainbows album gets a physical release on 31 December after being sold online earlier this year.
In October, fans were invited to pay whatever price they wanted to download the album from the band's website.
Fifteen years since their breakthrough hit, Creep, Radiohead are one of the UK's most sought-after live acts.
Their back catalogue includes top 10 hits like Street Spirit and No Surprises, as well as more experimental material from more recent albums like Kid A and Hail To The Thief.
On their website, the band have also listed planned gigs in France, Ireland, Spain and the Netherlands.
Speaking to BBC 6 Music earlier this month, the band hinted they would like to play Glastonbury - but there is currently no indication as to whether this will happen.