February 10, 2010 23:30
Thom Yorke announces Green Party benefit gig
Radiohead frontman will play Cambridge's Corn Exchange on February 25
Taking place at Cambridge's Corn Exchange on February 25, the Radiohead frontman is performing in support of Tony Juniper, who as well as campaigning to become a member of parliament, also accompanied Yorke as he crashed the UN Climate Change Conference in December.
"Now normally I wouldn't get involved in politics like this," Yorke wrote on Radiohead's Dead Air Space blog. "But let's face it, it ain't Labour or the Tories is it?!?"
Tickets for the show go on sale tomorrow (February 11) at 12pm (GMT), via Waste.uk.com.
Meanwhile, according to reports, Radiohead recently decamped to Hollywood to record their next album.
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