Radiohead's latest album, The King of Limbs, is released today by 7digital (opens in new tab) as a high-resolution 24-bit FLAC file.
The album will be available from 7digital online stores across 32 territories including the UK, US, Canada and numerous European countries.
The deluxe download (opens in new tab) (£8.99) will also include a 16-bit FLAC and 320kbps AAC version for music devices that do not support the FLAC format, such as Apple's iPods, iPhones and iPads.
Ben Drury, CEO of 7digital, says: "We're pioneering the move towards higher quality audio formats that offer higher quality music than the CD equivalents.
"The Radiohead album, produced by Nigel Godrich, was recorded in 24-bit digital audio and it's great listeners will now be able to download and hear the album in the quality it deserves."
7digital says it will release more hi-res FLAC downloads in future.
Radiohead is also releasing the record as a 'Newspaper Album' which comprises two 10in vinyl records, a CD, a digital download and "many large sheets of newspaper artwork, 625 tiny pieces of artwork and a full-colour piece of oxo-degradable plastic to hold it all together". It's out on May 9th.