Watch Radiohead debut ‘Glass Eyes’ live in London

The band also played Kid A live for the first time this year

Radiohead gave their first live performance of ‘Glass Eyes’ at The Roundhouse, north London last night (May 27).

The performance came during the second of three UK shows, and the sixth of their world tour so far, having begun the tour in Amsterdam last weekend.

The track is the last from their recently released ninth album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ to be given a live outing. The band also gave a tour debut to ‘Kid A’ last night. Watch both in the clips below.


On the first of their London shows (May 26), Yorke stopped and restarted the band’s performance of ‘Nude’ after a technical error by guitarist Jonny Greenwood. He also jokingly told the crowd to “Calm the f**k down” after they started singing too early on set closer ‘Paranoid Android’.

That night, they also played three songs for the first time on this tour: ‘Exit Music (for a Film)’, ‘Myxomatosis’, and ‘Planet Telex’.

Radiohead play their third and final London show tonight (May 28) at the same 3,300-capacity venue, before moving on to play in Lyon, and at Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona, next week.

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See the band’s full setlist from last night below:
‘Burn the Witch’
‘Decks Dark’
‘Desert Island Disk’
‘Ful Stop’
‘Kid A’
‘No Surprises’
‘Glass Eyes’
‘Pyramid Song’
‘The National Anthem’
‘The Numbers’
‘Street Spirit (Fade Out)’

‘Present Tense’
‘Everything in Its Right Place’
‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief’
‘Weird Fishes/Arpeggi’

Encore 2
‘Karma Police’