Radiohead Public Library is now open

They have been at it since 1985. By 2011 they had sold more than 30 million albums and last year they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

To celebrate this amazing run Radiohead has introduced their very own Radiohead Public Library.

From the band’s announcement: has always been a) infuriatingly uninformative and b) surprising. The most surprising thing to do next, therefore, is to suddenly become incredibly informative. So that is what we have done.

We present: the RADIOHEAD PUBLIC LIBRARY, an online resource containing videos, music, artwork, websites, merchandise, and assorted ephemera.

Band members will take turns serving as librarians during its opening week.

I can understand the New York Post calling the library website a “disorderly mess” but with a little digging I trust fans will be greatly rewarded.

There is even a downloadable library card!

Radiohead Public Library: archive of band’s work goes live: The Guardian
Radiohead launched an online ‘public library’ with rare tracks and a printable library card: The Verge