For the first time since releasing the track back in 2015, Radiohead have finally layed down a live version of their James Bond theme Spectre.
The performance took place on Saturday in Chicago, which was the second date of the band’s 2018 North American tour.
At a monumental Chicago gig, Radiohead have performed their 2015 epic James Bond theme song Spectre for the first time ever.
As frontman Thom Yorke sauntered into the song’s cinematic opening chords, the Chicago crowd were audibly excited.
The previous night, in the same city, the band performed their 1993 track Blow Out for the first time in over 10 years… so if these first two nights are any thing to go by, this is shaping up to be a monumental tour for Radiohead.
Here’s hoping that Aussie audiences are treated to a Radiohead tour sooner rather than later.
Suss out the full setlist from the Saturday night performance below:
Desert Island Disk
Where I End and You Begin
Exit Music (for a Film)
Climbing Up the Walls
My Iron Lung
You and Whose Army?
The National Anthem
2 + 2 = 5
Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Everything in Its Right Place