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Last night, Radiohead kicked off their 2018 tour

What a setlist

Last night saw Radiohead kick off their 2018 tour with a huge show in Santiago, Chile. Check out footage and the setlist below.

Performing at the Estadio Nacional as part of the SUE Festival, the band began their final victory lap for their acclaimed 2016 album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool‘ with a career-spanning 26 song set. Complete with two encores, highlights included fan favourites ‘Airbag’, ‘Street Spirit (Fade Out)’, ‘Let Down’ and ‘Exit Music’ – as well as playing a snippet of ‘Kid A’ track ‘Treefingers’ as an intro to recent single ‘Daydreaming’

Check out footage of highlights below, or stream the band’s full set here.

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Radiohead’s setlist was:

Daydreaming (with “Treefingers” intro)
Ful Stop
Airbag
Myxomatosis
Where I End and You Begin
All I Need
Pyramid Song
Everything in Its Right Place
Let Down
Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Bloom
Identikit
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
The Numbers
2 + 2 = 5
Bodysnatchers
Idioteque

Encore:
Fake Plastic Trees
The Bends
Feral
Lotus Flower
Exit Music (for a Film)
Reckoner

Encore 2:
Nude
Paranoid Android
Karma Police

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While the band’s tour is set to continue in South America throughout April before hitting North America in the summer. Meanwhile, guitarist Ed O’Brien is also set to release a solo album, while Thom Yorke recently announcing a UK and European solo tour.

Radiohead’s legal battle with Lana Del Rey over the similarities between her song ‘Get Free’ and their seminal single ‘Creepy’ has also reportedly come to and end.

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