Watch Radiohead perform ‘Creep’ in the US for the first time in 12 years

Band played second of two New York gigs on Wednesday night (July 27)

Radiohead closed their New York show on Wednesday night (July 27) with a triumphant performance of ‘Creep’, the first time they played the hit to a US crowd since 2004.

Thom Yorke and co played their second of two gigs at Madison Square Garden, the first on Tuesday (July 26) seeing the group perform ‘Let Down’ live for the first time since 2006.

Footage of Radiohead’s rare performance of ‘Creep’ has now emerged online. Watch below via Vimeo.

The setlist for the band’s second Madison Square Garden concert is as below:

‘Burn the Witch’
‘Decks Dark’
‘Desert Island Disk’
‘Ful Stop’
‘My Iron Lung’
‘Climbing Up the Walls’
Morning Mr. Magpie’
‘Pyramid Song’
‘The Numbers’
‘The Gloaming’
‘Weird Fishes/Arpeggi’
‘Everything in Its Right Place’
‘There There’

‘Give Up the Ghost’
‘Let Down’
‘Present Tense’
‘Planet Telex’
‘Karma Police’

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Meanwhile, Radiohead are asking fans to submit a one-minute clip for their next music video.

As part of the series of vignettes that have accompanied the release of latest album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, the five-piece are asking fans to submit their own visual countributions to the project. A number of short clips have already been directed by the likes of Richard Ayoade, Ben Wheatley and Adam Buxton, and now Radiohead fans are being encouraged to get creative.

Posting on their Instagram earlier this month, the band have also released a one-minute-long string version of the album’s second single, ‘Daydreaming’, which will serve as the soundtrack for the winner of the fan-made video competition. Once all of the entries are in, Radiohead will pick the winner and post it to their official site.