Radiohead decided to play classic song ‘Creep’ last night, for the first time since 2009.
Touring latest album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, they broke cover on playing new material by delivering the ‘Pablo Honey’ single to a 6,000 capacity crowd in Le Zenith, Paris.
“This is for the funny guy shouting for ‘Creep’ at the back, if only to shock you,” quipped Thom Yorke when introducing the song.
The band also played ‘True Love Waits’ for the first time since releasing their ninth album. It’s existed since the days of 1995 album ‘The Bends’, but a new version closes their most recent LP.
Three shows into their current tour, Radiohead have been revisiting lots of old material, including ‘My Iron Long’, ‘Pyramid Song’ and ‘No Surprises’.
The tour continues with three nights at London Roundhouse, 26th-28th May. They’re also confirmed to play festivals including Lollapalooza and Barcelona’s Primavera Sound.
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