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Thom Yorke plays secret show in Cornwall

by Jonathan on September 19, 2011

Thom Yorke in Cornwall

Photo courtesy of @Inhouse_Studio

Thom Yorke surprised us all by performing a one-off show in Cornwall last night as part of the European Fish Fry festival.

A small crowd in Crackington Haven were treated to what appears to be an acoustic set by Thom. Outside of this, we really don’t know what he played or why he was even there.

More info as it become available…

(via At Ease)

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Thom Yorke

The Big Chill FestivalIt has just been announced that Thom will perform a solo set on the 6th August 2010 at The Big Chill festival, Eastnor Castle Deer Park, Herefordshire.

Other acts include Massive Attack, M.I.A, Zero 7, and many more.

For a full line up and other information, go to http://www.bigchill.net/

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Photo by kenigma

Photo by kenigma

Thom Yorke played a solo set today at the Latitude Festival in the UK. Among a mixture of songs from Radiohead and The Eraser, Thom did debut a new song called “The Present Tense.” Another new song called “Give Up Ghost” was on the setlist but never played.

Thom did treat everyone to two fan favorites, “True Love Waits” and “Follow Me Around”. Neither song has been recorded and released on a studio album.

Full setlist:

01 The Eraser
02 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
03 Atoms For Peace
04 Harrowdown Hill
05 Follow Me Around
06 Everything In Its Right Place
07 The Present Tense
08 Cymbal Rush
09 Black Swan
10 Videotape

Encore:
11 There There
12 True Love Waits

For your video viewing pleasure:

“The Present Tense”

“True Love Waits”

“Cymbal Rush”

“Black Swan”

[UPDATED] Replaced “The Present Tense” video with a better quality one. (thanks Tim)

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Radiohead to headline Reading, Leeds festivals

by Jonathan on March 30, 2009

Radiohead will be headlining both the Reading and Leeds festivals this Summer in the UK. We can only hope that this is part of a much larger tour that the band has been talking about doing during the Summer months.

For more information about the Reading Festival, go here. For the Leeds Festival, go here.

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