Thom Yorke plays new Radiohead material at Big Chill Festival

Stripped-down solo set also featured cuts from band's back catalogue

Thom Yorke plays new Radiohead material at Big Chill Festival
Thom Yorke played a potential song from Radiohead's new album during his 12-song solo set including The Big Chill festival on Friday (August 6).

Flitting from piano to acoustic guitar throughout the gig, Yorke played Radiohead classics including 'I Might Be Wrong' and 'Planet Telex' as well as solo songs from his 2006 solo album 'The Eraser'.

Unreleased track 'Give Up The Ghost', which Yorke has played live several times, was this time introduced by the singer as "a new Radiohead song".

Thom Yorke played:

'The Eraser'
'The Clock'
'Harrowdown Hill'
'I Might Be Wrong'
'The Gloaming'
'Reckoner'
'Black Swan'
'Planet Telex'
'Give Up The Ghost'
'Cymbal Rush'
'Everything In Its Right Place'
'Airbag'


Elsewhere at The Big Chill, headliner MIA had to cut her set short after the stage was invaded by fans.

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