Radiohead’s Thom Yorke ‘back’ with solo band next year

Frontman plays third solo show in US city and vows to return

Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke played his third Los Angeles gig of the month on Monday (October 5), telling the crowd he would be “back” next year during the performance.

Watch fan footage of the show by clicking below.

The frontman played the same set at the Orpheum Theater as he had the previous night at the same venue. He had also performed at the Los Angeles Echoplex on October 2.


Once more Yorke was joined by Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, R.E.M collaborator Joey Waronker, Brazilian multi-instrumentalist Mauro Refosco and producer Nigel Godrich, who comprised his live band.

During the show, mainly made up of songs from his 2007 solo album ‘The Eraser’, Yorke told the crowd that he would be “back” next year, reports Stereogum.

Thom Yorke played:

‘The Eraser’
‘The Clock’
‘Black Swan’
‘Skip Divided’
‘Atoms For Peace’
‘And It Rained All Night’
‘Harrowdown Hill’
‘Cymbal Rush’
‘Lotus Flower’/’Moon Upon A Stick’
‘Open The Floodgates’
‘Super Collider’
‘Paperbag Writer’
‘Judge, Jury & Executioner’
‘The Hollow Earth’

Get the new issue of NME, out now, for an interview with Radiohead‘s Ed O’Brien about the band’s future album plans.