Radiohead Play Rarity At North American Tour Kickoff


(Radio.com) Radiohead made their first North American stop on their A Moon Shaped Pool Tour Tuesday night at New York's Madison Square Garden, and delighted fans by playing "Let Down" from OK Computer for the first time in a decade.

When the band began the opening notes of the song the crowd responded with audible cheers, and the tune quickly turned into a massive sing-along with the crowd as the backing choir.

The 2016 Radiohead tour has been filled with surprises. In May in Paris the band played "Creep" for the first time in seven years, and the band also performed "No Surprises." Read more here.

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