The show marked the beginning of the band's world tour in support of new album 'A Moon Shaped Pool'.
Radiohead have performed for the first time since 2012 at a show in Amsterdam, marking the beginning of the band’s world tour in support of new album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’.
Taking to the stage at the Heineken Music Hall shortly before 9PM, the band opened the show with recent release ‘Burn The Witch’, before following with new album tracks ‘Daydreaming’ and ‘Decks Dark’.
Other songs aired from the new album included Desert Island Disk, which received a full-band debut after frontman Thom Yorke previously played it during solo performances – alongside album tracks The Numbers and Present Tense.
The show also leaned heavily on older tracks too, with ‘My Iron Lung’ from 1995 album ‘The Bends’ receiving its first live outing since 2009, while two encores saw the band play ‘Paranoid Android’ and ‘Reckoner’.
In a series of posts across social media, fans hailed the band’s return as “amazing”, with one claiming to be “in complete awe” of the group.
Radiohead will play another night in Amsterdam tomorrow, before heading across Europe next week for two shows in Paris, and three dates at London’s Roundhouse.
The band’s world tour comes after the release of latest album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ earlier this month.