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RADIOHEAD will premiere new material on a summer European tour.

As previously announced on NME.COM, the group are reportedly planning a low-key tour in summer 2002 to road test new material.

Radiohead are currently taking a break following the conclusion of the world tour in support of last year's 'Amnesiac' album.

In the time away they have tentatively started working on new material, some of which featured in the later shows of the band's world tour.

Now, a number of small shows have been confirmed for July and August in Portugal and Spain.

The tour calls at: Lisbon Coliseum, Rua Portas, Santo Antão (July 21)
Oporto Coliseum, Rua Passos Manuel (26)
San Sebastian Teatro Kursal, Avda. de Zurriola (July 30)
Salamanca, Palacio Congresos, Cuesta Deoviedo (August 5-7)

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