Watch Thom Yorke play new music at Los Angeles solo show

He debuted new songs 'I Am A Rude Person' and 'Saturdays'

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke played a rare solo show in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, performing some new and unreleased material.

Yorke played LA’s Fonda Theater and, as Consequence Of Sound report, his 15-song set featured new songs, unreleased music and rare tracks.

He performed two new songs, one reportedly called ‘I Am A Rude Person’ and another titled ‘Saturdays’, and played ‘Two Feet Off The Ground’ (which soundtracked a fashion show a few years back) live for the first time.

Yorke also played ‘Impossible Knots’, ‘Not the News’ and ‘Traffic’ – all unreleased tracks that he had previously performed live.

Watch footage of Yorke performing ‘I Am A Very Rude Person’ and ‘Two Feet Off the Ground’ below and a Periscope video of the entire show here.

The setlist:

‘The Clock’
‘A Brain in a Bottle’
‘Impossible Knots’ (Unreleased)
‘I Am a Very Rude Person’ (New song, live debut)
‘Two Feet Off the Ground’ (Live debut)
‘Amok’
‘Not the News’ (Unreleased)
‘Truth Ray’
‘Traffic’ (Unreleased)
‘Twist’ (Unreleased)
‘Pink Section -> Nose Grows Some’
‘Cymbal Rush’
‘Saturdays’ (New song, live debut)
‘Interference’ (First time live since 2012)

Meanwhile, it has been announced that Radiohead have been overlooked for next year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in favour of Nina Simone, Bon Jovi, The Cars, The Moody Blues and Dire Straits.