By Nick Romano
Updated June 10, 2016 at 07:56 PM EDT
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A month after the release of their latest album, Radiohead announced a worldwide streaming event called Live From A Moon Shaped Pool.

According to a description on the website for A Moon Shaped Pool, the “unique Radiohead event” is described as “an exclusive day long audio stream from the band, competitions, instructional artworks, and more.” Things will kick off on Friday, June 17 at select record store locations all over the world.

The site also features a map with drop pins, as well as a list of participating venues.

Radiohead released A Moon Shaped Pool, their ninth album, on May 8. The streaming event will drop smack dab in the middle of the band’s tour, which kicked off on May 20. Radiohead is scheduled to perform in Lisbon on June 8 and in New York on June 26.

Producer Nigel Godrich tweeted about the “intense experience” making the album. “I lost my dad in the process…Hence a large piece of my soul lives here…in a good way,” he wrote. “I eternally thank my brothers in Radiohead for all the love that went into it and for their support. Happy listening all!”


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