Watch Radiohead perform ‘A Wolf At The Door’ for the first time in six years

Band previously played 'Blow Out' and James Bond theme 'Spectre'

Radiohead played a rare performance of ‘A Wolf At The Door’ in Ohio last night (July 23).

To open their second encore at the Schottenstein Centre in Columbus, the band treated fans to the track, marking the first time the Hail To The Thief song had been played live since 2012. You can watch the performance below.

Previously on this tour, the band played ‘Pablo Honey’ track ‘Blow Out’ for the first time in a decade and gave their unused James Bond theme song ‘Spectre’ its full band live debut.


Meanwhile, drummer Philip Selway recently gave an update about the stage collapse that killed their drum tech, Scott Johnson in 2012.

Radiohead were preparing to play a show at Downsview Park in Toronto when the roof of the stage collapsed on Johnson.

The 33-year-old from Doncaster also worked with the likes of Keane and many other touring artists. Three other people were also injured.

Appearing on BBC Newsnight recently , Selway said there’s been “no real answers” about the incident. “It’s very frustrating. The court case broke down on a technicality,” he explained. “So there have been no real answers. Without the answers we can’t ensure that an accident like this can’t happen again.”


Last year, frontman Thom Yorke spoke out after a judge ‘stayed’ the trial, meaning that no charges will be brought forward.