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US TV show Austin City Limits aired an hour-long performance by Radiohead on Saturday (October 6) – and you can watch it in full here.

The set, filmed in March on the Oxford band's US tour, sees them playing a set heavy on tracks from 2011's 'The King Of Limbs'. Austin City Limits is a long-running music programme on America's PBS, and Radiohead's performance marked the start of its 38th series.

Radiohead play:

'Bloom'
'The Daily Mail'
'Myxomatosis'
'Morning Mr Magpie'
'The Amazing Sounds Of Orgy'
'Staircase'
'Identikit
'There There'
'Feral'
'Idioteque'
'Paranoid Android'


Meanwhile, Radiohead kicked off their UK arena tour on Saturday (October 6) at the 21,000-capacity Manchester Arena.

The show saw the crowd serenading frontman Thom Yorke with a blast of 'Happy Birthday' to mark his 44th birthday, and new track 'Full Stop', previously debuted on their US tour, was aired in the encore. Radiohead's tour moves to London's O2 Arena tonight (October 8) and tomorrow.

Watch Radiohead on PBS. See more from Austin City Limits.


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