Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood performs ‘Junun’ live for the first time – watch

The guitarist debuted the album at the Barbican on Friday

Jonny Greenwood debuted his album ‘Junun’ live for the first time on Friday (March 11) at London’s Barbican Hall.

The Radiohead guitarist was joined by his collaborators from the record, Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur and Rajasthan Express, a group of traditional Indian musicians.

‘Junun’ was recorded last year in India with Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich and released in November 2015.

The recording sessions were filmed by director Paul Thomas Anderson for a documentary of the same name, which premiered at the New York Film Festival last October.

Numerous videos of the Barbican gig filmed by fans have emerged. Watch a handful of them below:

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Meanwhile, a Radiohead tribute created by actors Lena and Michael C. Hall is due to open in New York on March 19.

The pair, who both starred in Broadway musical Hedwig And The Angry Inch, will perform Radiohead: Obsessed at Manhattan’s Cafe Carlyle.

Billboard reports that the performance will feature 20 songs from the band’s catalogue.

The performance will encompass the band’s entire career, from their debut single ‘Creep’ to tracks from last album ‘The King Of Limbs’.