Radiohead announce UK tour dates

2012-03-07 14:17
Los Angeles - Radiohead announced their first UK headline tour in four years on Wednesday.

The Lotus Flower group will be playing two shows in at London's O2 Arena on October 8 and 9 and one show at Manchester Arena on October 6, in support of The King of Limbs, released last year.

The band are currently touring in the US and have recently played two new songs, Identikit and Cut a Hole live, as well as previewing a new version of lead singer Thom Yorke's solo track Skirting On The Surface.

Creative

Guitarist Ed O'Brien said before the band started on tour they were planning on playing new material, saying: "We're trying to keep it creative. We've been rehearsing about four or five new songs this week so we're going to try and take those on the road. It feels really good."

He also said the group have chosen mainly indoor venues to play in support of The King of Limbs as it leant a better sound to the tracks.

Radiohead are playing across the US and will headline Coachella festival in California in April. They will then play Europe and South East Asia in July and Australasia in November.

Comments

  • Noel - 2012-03-07 16:13

    Wow... so relevant!!!! We in South Africa, why would 95% of the people who read this actually care about their US, Asia and Europe dates? In other news Axl Rose at a burger today in Idaho...

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