The band have also unveiled their minimalist video for ‘The Numbers’.
Radiohead have once again revisited their early discography during their A Moon Shaped Pool tour. This time in Mexico City, playing a couple of tracks from their 1995 album The Bends.
The dedicated Radiohead fanbase has already lost shit on the internet this year over leaked footage of the band perform classic tracks like ‘Creep’, ‘Let Down’ and ‘No Surprises’ during the tour. Watch fan-cam footage of the performances below.
During their gig at Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes, Radiohead dusted off tracks from their brilliant 1995 sophomore album, treating the audience to performances of ‘The Bends’ and ‘Fake Plastic Trees’, as reported by Consequence of Sound. It’s the first time in six years that the outfit have performed the songs.
In the last 24 hours, the band have also unveiled their minimalist, Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for ‘The Numbers’.
Does this trip down memory lane — a long with the other re-emergence of older material — signal the end of Radiohead? Who knows… We will have to wait and see what Thom Yorke and co. have in store. One thing is for sure: Radiohead will keep us guessing, so keep your ear to the ground for more.
‘Fake Plastic Trees’