Apr 06, 2021
By Joey Arnone
Radiohead has announced a new series of archival live performances which will be uploaded to the band’s official YouTube channel every week for the next seven weeks, beginning this Friday (Apr. 9). The first one to be shared is a performance from January 16, 2008—the band was supposed to perform at Rough Trade East in London to promote their then newly-released album In Rainbows, but a deluge of fans and media coverage forced the band to relocate the performance to London club 93 Feet East.
Back in January, the band announced the creation of “Radiohead Public Library,” which contains an extensive archive of the band’s catalogue, as well as their live performances.