XL Recordings will distribute the physical edition of Radiohead's new album, "In Rainbows," outside the United States, according to the New York Times. The company last year released Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke's solo album, "The Eraser."
Label representatives, as well as Radiohead manager Bryce Edge, declined comment when contacted by Billboard.
As first reported here  earlier this month, the band is poised to market "In Rainbows" on CD in the U.S. through Side One Recordings, a label recently launched by Red Light Management in conjunction with ATO Records (Red Light owner/founder Coran Capshaw is also a co-founder/co-owner of ATO).
A release date for the physical CD is unknown; some sources suggest it will coincide with the Dec. 3 arrival of the "discbox" edition of "In Rainbows" available only from Radiohead.com, while others say it may not appear until next year.
"In Rainbows" was made available for download from Radiohead.com on Oct. 10, with fans able to name their own price. No sales figures have been released, but Edge told Billboard  last week that reports of 1.2 million were "exaggerated."
Radiohead will tour in support of "In Rainbows" next year, likely beginning in May.