Radiohead are currently playing a handful of South American shows, and brought an extremely special throwback to their Rio De Janeiro show.
At the gig as part of Soundhearts Festival, Thom Yorke performed a solo version of ‘True Love Waits’, the first time he’s done so in over a decade.
The track was originally performed in this way regularly, appearing as such on the band’s 2001 live album ‘I Might Be Wrong’.
A proper studio version only arrived on 2016’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, though, and saw the track take a significantly different shape.
The original, acoustic version was resurrected in Rio, and given an absolutely gorgeous run-through. Watch below.
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