Published Apr 23, 2020Earlier this month, Radiohead revealed plans to make COVID-19 isolation a little more tolerable through sharing archival live performances on YouTube. After taking viewers to Ireland with the first instalment of their "StayHome Shows," the band are now revisiting a conert in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for today's stream.
Radiohead are streaming a set from March 24, 2009, at Club Ciudad de Buenos Aires. The In Rainbows-era performance includes nine songs from that album, along with B-side "Go Slowly." "Creep" also makes an appearance, in addition to numerous favourites from Kid A and OK Computer.
The second of three encores from the evening also finds Thom Yorke singing part of Tim Buckley's "Song to the Siren" before launching into "Everything in Its Right Place." You can watch the performance in the player below starting at 5 p.m. ET.
Radiohead plan to keep sharing archival streams "until either the restrictions resulting from [the] current situation are eased, or we run out of shows."
Guitarist Ed O'Brien recently made his solo debut with Earth, as EOB.