Radiohead Join Up with Fans to Create New York City Concert Video


Story by Charles Ken

Radiohead eam with fans to put together a video featuring footage from the band’s Sept. 29 New York City concert

Radiohead are known for their mesmerizing live shows, buoyed by frontman Thom Yorke’s knack for bringing enduring, experimental sounds to every stage he graces. Now, fans who didn’t make it out to catch Radiohead’s latest tour in support of their 2011 release, “The King of Limbs,” have the chance to enjoy all the goodness they missed the first time around.

Fans of the Radiohead website RadioHub have put together a special video of the group’s Sept. 29 show at Roseland Ballroom in New York City. Radiohead actually got in on the fun, as the guys provided soundboard quality audio to the project.

The full-length concert video packs 21 trippy tracks, including “Bloom,” “Little by Little,” “Staircase,” “All I Need,” “Subterranean Homesick Alien,” “Everything is Its Right Place,” “Lotus Flower,” “The Daily Mail,” “15 Step,” “Supercollider,” “Morning Mr. Magpie” and more. The set included nearly every track from “The King of Limbs.”

Fans can download the concert via this link. The video is also up on YouTube. Fans who watch the show are encouraged to donate money to the Haiti Earthquake Fund, the Red Cross or Doctors Without Borders.

Charles Ken
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