Radiohead Streaming ‘Live in São Paulo, Brazil’ Gig from 2018 on YouTube Thursday 6/11

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As the band has been doing for most of the past few weeks, Radiohead will dip into the vault once again tomorrow, Thursday, June 11, for a flash back to an April 2018 concert in São Paulo, Brazil, streaming the performance on YouTube.

The stream will go up on the band’s YouTube channel at 5 p.m. EDT/2 p.m. PDT.

The show took place on April 22, 2018, and saw Radiohead perform 26 songs from throughout its career, including five from A Moon Shaped Pool, the band’s most recent studio album.

The set list:

Ful Stop
15 Step
You and Whose Army?
All I Need
Pyramid Song
Everything in Its Right Place
Let Down
The Numbers
My Iron Lung
The Gloaming
No Surprises
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
2 + 2 = 5

Exit Music (for a Film)
There There
Lotus Flower

Encore 2:
Present Tense

This Radiohead stream comes after last week’s, a 2008 full-album performance of In Rainbows, as well as  previous entries including a trip back through time to 1994 when Thom Yorke and the guys were fledgling English rockers with only 1993’s Pablo Honey under their belt, prior to branching out in more experimental directions with later albums.

Previous weeks have seen several other trips to the archives, including a 2011 Live from the Basement performance, circa The King of Limbs:

This archival upload series has been a wealth of entertainment from Radiohead meant to pique fans’ interest while they’re at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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