Watch Radiohead get interrupted by Bruno Mars song during gig

'That's What I Like' was played over the PA in Miami

Radiohead were interrupted by a Bruno Mars song during their gig in Miami last night (March 30).

The band often incorporate live radio broadcasts into their sets before launching into certain songs. Last night’s show saw them tune into a radio station just as it started to play Mars’ ‘That’s What I Like’.

“Guess what? Tomorrow is Friday,” a radio host is heard saying, before introducing Mars’ track. Little over a second of the song was played before Radiohead swiftly cut the feed.


Watch below at the 27:35 mark:

The band’s setlist included several surprises. They played ‘The Tourist’ from ‘OK Computer’ for the first time since 2008, and ‘Morning Bell’ from ‘Kid A’ for the first time since 2010.

Watch fan-shot footage of ‘The Tourist’ live in Miami below.

The band’s setlist also included their first live performance of ‘I Might Be Wrong’ from ‘Amnesiac’ for the first time since 2012. Check out the full setlist below.


‘Desert Island Disk’
‘Ful Stop’
‘Morning Bell’
‘Climbing Up The Walls’
‘All I Need’
‘Let Down’
‘I Might Be Wrong’
‘Lotus Flower’
‘Weird Fishes/Arpeggi’
‘The Numbers’
‘How To Disappear Completely’

‘No Surprises’
‘Burn The Witch’
‘Fake Plastic Trees’
‘The Tourist’

Encore 2:
‘You And Whose Army?’

Radiohead will now tour the US through April before taking a break and returning for a series of European festival sets and headline shows in June and July.

In the UK, they will headline Glastonbury Festival on June 23 and play a pair of shows at Manchester Arena on July 4 and 5. It was recently reported that the band are planning a special Glastonbury set to mark the 20th anniversary of ‘OK Computer’.

Meanwhile, Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich has shared his original production notes from the making of early fan favourite ‘True Love Ways’.