Radiohead Video Debunked As A Hoax

04-26-2017
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A viral video of Radiohead performing a cover of Daddy Yankee's reggaeton hit "Gasolina" during their April 17th show in Berkeley, California has been revealed as a hoax, according to Radio.com.

The viral video surfaced three days ago, and features frontman Thom Yorke enthusiastically shaking his hips and dancing to the iconic single. Since this time, the video has been wildly shared over social media.

NPR set the record straight on Tuesday (April 25) by sharing the actual set list the band played at the Greek Theater earlier this month. According to reports, Radiohead was actually performing "Myxomatosis" from their 2003 album, Hail To The Thief. Watch the fake video here.

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