Radiohead announce two shows in New York for next week

Gigs will coincide with their appearance on 'Saturday Night Live'

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Radiohead have announced plans for two concerts in New York next week.

The Oxford five-piece are set to play the city's Roseland Ballroom on September 28 and 29.

The shows coincide with their forthcoming performance on the opening episode of the 37th series of Saturday Night Live on September 24, which Hollywood star Alec Baldwin will host. The performance will be their first since they played tracks on the show from 'Kid A' in 2000.

This time around the band will be promoting their latest album, 'The King of Limbs'. The record came out in February, but other than their secret show at Glastonbury, as yet the five-piece haven't toured to promote it.

Radiohead will also perform on the US show The Colbert Report on September 26.

The band's frontman Thom Yorke recently performed a one-off show in Cornwall as part of the European Fish Fry festival.

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