Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood announces solo tour

Short run of live dates will include two UK stops in support of 'Junun' album

Radiohead‘s Jonny Greenwood is to tour in support of his ‘Junun’ album.

Released last November, ‘Junun’ is a collaborative album that Greenwood made with Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur and a collective of Indian musicians called the Rajasthan Express. The making of the album was documented in a film of the same name by Boogie Nights / Magnolia director Paul Thomas Anderson, with whom Greenwood has frequently collaborated.

Taking to Twitter earlier today (October 12), Greenwood announced a short run of ‘Junun’ live dates beginning next month. The tour will include two UK stops: one at Illuminations Festival at London’s Troxy on November 4, and another at There Will Be Blood Festival at London’s Royal Festival Hall on January 30 next year.


Other dates will take place in Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Thailand. Check out the full list of dates below.

London, UK, Illuminations Festival at Troxy (November 4)
Turin, Italy, Club 2 Club Festival (November 5)
Lausanne, Switzerland, Les Docks (November 9)
Milan, Italy, Teatro Dell’ Arte (November 10)
Rome, Italy, Auditorium Parco Della Musica (November 12)
Le Guess Who Festival, Utrecht Netherlands (November 13)
Pattaya, Thailand, Wonderfruit Festival (December 7)
London, UK, There Will Be Blood at Royal Festival Hall (January 30, 2017)


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