Radiohead have reassured fans over their future - they are heading back into the recording studio later this year (09).
The British rockers sparked fears they were eyeing retirement after frontman Thom Yorke formed a new band with Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea for a handful of shows in Los Angeles earlier this month (Oct09).
It followed Yorke's comments which suggested the band had given up recording "traditional" albums following the release of their online offering In Rainbows.
But guitarist Ed O'Brien insists Radiohead will continue - and they're already working on their next collection of songs.
He tells rock mag NME, "We were misquoted. We will be making an album... We're going into the studio in winter. It's always miserable! Are we at the whim of the seasons? We are!"