Radiohead were the first headliners to step up at Glastonbury this weekend, performing a career-spanning, huge set.
The Brits performed at least one song from each of their nine records throughout the 25 song set.
As per usual, they performed multiple encores, packing the final one with fan favourites ‘Creep’, ‘Karma Police’ and ‘Lotus Flower’.
Unlike their Coachella headline set which was marred by technical problems, their Glasto set happened without a hitch.
It’s the first time Radiohead have graced the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury in 12 years and they didn’t let the opportunity go by without a jab at British Prime Minister Theresa May.
“See you later, Theresa, just shut the door on the way out,” Thom Yorke said after his performance of No Surprises.
Check out the full performance below. Foo Fighters will headline the Saturday night of the festival with Ed Sheeran following on Sunday.