Over the past few weeks, Radiohead has been dipping into their concert archive, unleashed live performances from the Radiohead Public Library to their Youtube page. The band have mixed things up this week, and instead of sharing a past performance, they’ve offered up a Livestream of their film The King of Limbs From the Basement.
The film marks the second From the Basement performance from the band — following 2008’s In Rainbows – From the Basement. The set features songs from that era.
“In a slight change to this week’s programming we have The King Of Limbs @officialfromthebasement from December 2011,” the band shared in a statement. Check out the performance below.
Radiohead isn’t the only band that have dipped into the archives to keep fans self-isolating entertained amid the coronavirus pandemic. A few weeks back, Metal monoliths Metallica kicked off #MetallicaMondays, a weekly series that sees the band dig up a live concert from their meaty archive.
In other news, Radiohead, Oasis, The Libertines and more were recently announced as part of the inaugural #LoveRecordStores day.
#LoveRecordsStores will kick off on Saturday, June 20th. The initiative is symbolic of the rearranged Record Store Day 2020 — which has been postponed twice this year due to the pandemic.
A few choice cuts from what will be available on the day have been revealed, they include The first wave of releases has now been confirmed, and include a picture disc of Oasis’ Definitely Maybe, an orange and yellow marbled vinyl repress of The Libertines’ Up The Bracket and a white vinyl repress of Radiohead’s A Moon Shaped Pool.
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