Radiohead Are Really Digging Deep Into Their Back Catalogue On This Latest Tour

Radiohead started their latest world tour under a week ago and it seems they’re feeling a little nostalgic, dropping more and more songs they haven’t played for ages every set.

They began their tour by playing My Iron Lung for the first time since 2009 and then in Paris, they did the totally unexpected and played Creep for the first time in nearly a decade. Now, on just their fourth date of the tour they have played Hail To The Thief‘s 2 + 2 = 5 for the first time in seven years.

They played the song during their second concert of the tour in Paris which was closed out by a pretty spectacular singalong to Karma Police, which you can watch below.

Every show Radiohead has played so far on this tour has been very different to the last. They have consistently, and somewhat expectedly, played songs from their latest record A Moon Shaped Pool, but they have been throwing in golden nuggets for each audience.

On their second night in Amsterdam, they added Karma Police, The National Anthem and How To Disappear Completely and then changed it up again for their first night in Paris. That performance included performances of No Surprises and True Love Waits, their first since 2009.

The setlist from their second Paris concert and latest date of the tour proves that the world tour is going to be full of surprises. They played Ok Computer‘s Climbing Up The Walls and Airbag for the first time on the tour but ditched Creep and No Surprises.

They’re rotating their back catalogue at a rapid rate and nobody’s able to pick the setlist. Who knows what they’ll feel like pulling out of the bag once they finally make it to Australia. Remember, we were the last dates on their previous world tour.

Check out the setlist and some fan videos from their most recent show in Paris below.

Watch: Radiohead – 2 + 2 = 5 (Live In Paris)

Watch: Radiohead – Karma Police (Live In Paris)

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