Radiohead has no plans to release another album and instead wants to focus on downloadable singles and quick EPs. Thom Yorke told Believer magazine that the album format has "just become a real drag" and said that doing another long-play record would be too much of a "creative hoo-ha" for them to bother with it. Previously, Radiohead was a stalwart advocate of the album format, spurning iTunes, which wanted to sell its albums as individual tracks. The band now wants to focus on small projects that it can dip into, like writing songs for orchestra. "Do you want to do a whole record like that? Or do you just want to get stuck into it for a bit and see how it feels?" said Yorke.