Radiohead will tour North America in support of its forthcoming Capitol album "Amnesiac," band members Colin and Ed O'Brien told a Los Angeles radio station yesterday (Feb. 20). According to the duo,

Radiohead will tour North America in support of its forthcoming Capitol album "Amnesiac," band members Colin and Ed O'Brien told a Los Angeles radio station yesterday (Feb. 20). According to the duo, the tour will begin on the West Coast in June and hit such cities as Los Angeles, Seattle, and San Francisco.

Following a month break, Radiohead will descend on the East Coast for three weeks worth of shows. The O'Briens also confirmed that a single will be released in conjunction with "Amnesiac," which comes less than a year after "Kid A." That set, which debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200, is up for album of the year and alternative album of the year at the Grammys tonight (Feb. 21) in Los Angeles. The album's producer, Nigel Godrich, is up for producer of the year.

In the award show vein, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has been confirmed to duet with Bjork and a 55-piece orchestra at the Academy Awards ceremony March 25 in Los Angeles. Bjork (along with director Lars Von Trier and Sjon Sigurdsson) is nominated for best original song for "I've Seen It All," from the film "Dancer In The Dark."