Live performance restored after fan complaints
Radiohead have restored their 2011 live video album, ‘The King Of Limbs: From The Basement’ after fans complained that the session was pulled from iTunes.
The collection, which was recorded from producer Nigel Godrich’s basement, disappeared off the service earlier this year despite fans paying for the LP.
But the band took to Twitter tonight (December 16) to announce its return. “Thanks for letting us know that ‘The King Of Limbs: From The Basement’ had disappeared from iTunes,” they wrote. “It should be back online now.”
The session saw Radiohead play their 2011 album in its entirety. It was later release on DVD and Blu-Ray.
Earlier this year the Oxford five -piece made their entire discography available to stream on Spotify.
They previously withheld their music from the Swedish streaming platform, with frontman Thom Yorke famously likening Spotify to “the last desperate fart of a dying corpse” in 2013. In the same year, Yorke and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich removed their music from Spotify.
Radiohead had withheld their latest album, ‘A Moon-Shaped Pool’, from instantly becoming available to stream on Spotify after its release, before relenting a month later in June.
Meanwhile, guitarist Jonny Greenwood has announced he will be performing his There Will Be Blood score at special screenings of the film around the UK next year.
Greenwood will be accompanied live at the events by the London Contemporary Orchestra, who recently worked on his band’s album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’.
The stint includes screenings in London, Birmingham, Brighton and Bristol. See the full schedule below.
London, Southbank (January 30, 2017)
Birmingham, Symphony Hall (February 5)
Brighton, The Dome (February 6)
Bristol, Colston Hall (February 7)
Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood was released in 2007, starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Dano. It was the first time Greenwood worked with the director on a movie score, having since provided the score for The Master and Inherent Vice.
Radiohead have also been announced as the first headliner for Glastonbury 2017, as well as a run of other huge European festival dates for 2017.