Three songs in, the band were faced with abrasive feedback and a complete sound dropout. They initially didn’t realise the problem, before a stagehand told frontman Thom Yorke and the the band left the stage. The technical difficulties also affected the live stream audio. When Yorke became aware of the problems, he told the crowd; “Fuckin’ aliens again.”
Returning after leaving the stage for a second time, Yorke joked: “Can you actually hear me now? I’d love to tell you a joke, lighten the mood, something like that. But this is Radiohead, so fuck it.”
However, now Radiohead have shared official footage of their full headline set at Coachella from the following weekend – where they performed a monumental set, free from any sound issues. They also promise to be uploading more recent live shows.
https://t.co/lzhHvjaIul has returned once again to feature some recent live shows. First up is Coachella from 21st April this year.
— Radiohead (@radiohead) July 7, 2017
Desert Island Disk
All I Need
Everything in Its Right Place
My Iron Lung
I Might Be Wrong
Exit Music (for a Film)
Fake Plastic Trees
After treating Manchester to a set loaded with rarities, surprises and chants for Jeremy Corbyn, Radiohead will headline Glasgow’s new TRNSMT festival alongside Kasabian and Biffy Clyro this weekend.