Radiohead kicked off their North American tour in Chicago this weekend (7th July) and gave their rejected Bond theme ‘Spectre’ its first full band performance as part of the show.
Thom Yorke has been playing the song at his recent live shows, but last night saw its first performance by Radiohead.
The set held another surprise too - the band played ‘Blow Out’, from 1993 debut album ‘Pablo Honey’, for the first time in over a decade.
The band’s North American tour continues this week with three(!) performances at New York’s iconic Madison Square Garden.
View the remaining dates and watch the band debut ‘Spectre’ below.
10 New York, Madison Square Garden
11 New York, Madison Square Garden
13 New York, Madison Square Garden
16 Montreal, Bell Centre
17 Montreal, Bell Centre
19 Toronto, Air Canada Centre
20 Toronto, Air Canada Centre
22 Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
23 Columbus, Schottenstein Center
25 Cincinnati, US Bank Arena
26 Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
28 Boston, TD Garden
29 Boston, TD Garden
31 Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
01 Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
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