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Watch: Radiohead’s entire Glastonbury 2011 performance

on June 28, 2011, 4:26pm

radiohead 2011 Watch: Radioheads entire Glastonbury 2011 performance

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Radiohead delivered their first performance in some 18 months during a surprise appearance at the Glastonbury Music Festival in Pilton, England on Friday, June 24th. The 75-minute, 14-song set marked the live premiere for many of the songs appearing on their recently released eighth LP, The King of Limbs, including set opener “Lotus Flower”, “Good Morning Mr. Magpie”, “Little By Little”, “Separator” and “Bloom”. “Staircase“, a track which the band debuted just last week, was also performed. Update: You can now watch the entire performance below.

According to Spinner, fan reaction to the new songs was “as cool as the weather.” Yorke himself admitted “we’re all massively nervous about this,” though he said the band agreed to perform in exchange for tickets. “We’re here to get in free.”

Radiohead’s next scheduled performance will come in the form of the BBC program Radiohead – The King of Limbs: Live From The Basement, which will be distributed worldwide beginning July 1st.

By the way, if you’re wondering about Phil Selway’s new partner-in-crime/doppelganger, that would be Clive Deamer behind kit #2. Name ring a bell? Deamer’s worked with the likes of Portishead; in fact, he played drums on the group’s landmark 1994 debut, Dummy. He’ll also be appearing on The Basement program.

“Lotus Flower”

“15 Step”

“Good Morning Mr. Magpie”

“Little By Little”

“All I Need”


“Give Up the Ghost”



“I Might Be Wrong”



“Daily Mail”

“Street Spirit”

Lotus Flower
15 Step
Good Morning Mr. Magpie
Little By Little
All I Need
Give Up The Ghost
I Might Be Wrong
Daily Mail

Street Spirit

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