Radiohead fans react to their first London show in four years

The band played the first of three nights at Camden's Roundhouse tonight (May 26)

Radiohead fans have reacted to the band’s first UK gig in four years.

The group played the first of three sold out nights at London’s Roundhouse venue tonight (May 26) and performed for two and a half hours.

The band released their ninth album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ earlier this month and the setlist featured eight tracks from the record. The set also saw debut performances of ‘Exit Music (For A Film)’ and ‘Myxomatosis’ on this current world tour.


Following the show, fans and NME readers have given their verdicts online. The response has been completely positive, with one fan tweeting “Well, that was an absolute barnstormer of a gig. Possibly the only band that actually matters anymore.” Another wrote “always incredible. Easily one of the greatest live bands ever!”.

Elsewhere, one fan posted that the gig was “by far best Radiohead set of the tour”, while another said “Even I didn’t think #radiohead could be that good. #musicalgeniuses”.

Read more responses from Radiohead fans below.


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