Thom Yorke soothes crowd during Radiohead gig disruption with stunning a cappella performance

Check out Yorke delivering 'The Gloaming'

During a moment of disturbance at a Radiohead gig this week, Thom Yorke treated to the crowd to a rare a cappella performance of fan favourite ‘The Gloaming’. Check it out below.

As the band continue their South American tour, their first show in Argentina in nine years at Tecnópolis in Villa Martelli for Soundhearts Festival saw a crowd barrier break, leading to security rushing to get it fixed. While fans waited, Yorke then delivered a stripped back rendition of the song from 2003’s ‘Hail To The Thief‘.


Radiohead’s setlist was:

Ful Stop
15 Step
Pyramid Song
Everything in Its Right Place
Let Down
The Numbers
My Iron Lung
The Gloaming
I Might Be Wrong
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
Desert Island Disk
Climbing Up the Walls
There There
Exit Music (for a Film)
The National Anthem
Encore 2:
Present Tense
2 + 2 = 5
Paranoid Android
Encore 3:

As the band continue the victory lap for acclaimed 2016 album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool‘, the band will play more dates in South America throughout April before hitting North America in the summer. Meanwhile, guitarist Ed O’Brien is also set to release a solo album, while Thom Yorke recently announcing a UK and European solo tour. Not only that, but Colin Greenwood recently lent bass duties to newcomer Tamino on the track ‘Indigo Night‘.

Radiohead’s legal battle with Lana Del Rey over the similarities between her song ‘Get Free’ and their seminal single ‘Creepy’ has also reportedly come to and end.