Radiohead are uploading rare unseen live footage to their YouTube channel

With social distancing and self-isolation more important than ever to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, it can get pretty lonely. With NSW Police announcing that we will be under these new living restrictions for at least 90 days, it is important to keep our minds healthy as well.

So fear not, Radiohead are here to relieve your isolation blues. The band has announced that they will be uploading never before seen archival concert footage to the online world!


Radiohead are curing your self-isolation woes by bringing you rare unseen live footage to their Youtube channel.

The band will be bringing you this rare footage through their Youtube channel and will include concert recordings that have previously only been accessible through the Radiohead Public Library. Radiohead made the announcement alongside a short statement:

“Now that you have no choice whether or not you fancy a quiet night in,” the band stated, “may we draw your attention to these entertainments?”

The video footage will be released each week and is set to please fans across the board – releasing a stream of live shows “until either the restrictions resulting from current situation are eased, or we run out of shows.”

Beginning on the 9th of April at 5pm ET (7am April 10th for us in Sydney), the band will kick off with a release of their Live From a Tent in Dublin show, which originally went ahead at Punchestown Racecourse in Dublin, Ireland from October 8th, 2000.

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