May 6, 2011 18:03

Radiohead's Thom Yorke performs live at LA club – video

Yorke takes to the mic during second appearance at dubstep club night

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Radiohead's Thom Yorke performed a selection of his band's songs during his second appearance at the Low End Theory dubstep club in Los Angeles last night (May 5).

The singer played a DJ set at the venue back in March (March 9) and performed similarly last night, spinning tracks by Tyler, The Creator and Ahu amogst others. Yorke then sang two Radiohead songs, 'Bloom' from 'The King Of Limbs' and 'Reckoner', which is taken from 2007's 'In Rainbows'.

During his performance Yorke shared the decks with electronic musician Flying Lotus, who DJed while he sang. Watch a video of him singing by clicking below.

It was confirmed earlier this week that Radiohead will perform 'The King Of Limbs' in its entirety in a special BBC programme set to be broadcast on July 1.

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