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Thom Yorke DJs At Greenpeace March
Christian Eede , November 30th, 2015 12:36

Radiohead frontman plays Caribou to crowd taking part in London Greenpeace march over the weekend

Over the weekend, Thom Yorke took to the streets of London to play a DJ set as part of a Greenpeace protest march.

Climate change protests organised by Greenpeace took place across the world over the weekend ahead of today’s meeting of world leaders in Paris. Footage emerged, via Greenpeace, of Yorke playing music from Caribou on one float as part of the march. The footage also features a shot of Yorke rather amusingly reacting to somebody nearby ringing a bell - you’ll have to watch below to see what we mean.

The set comes after an interview with the Guardian’s George Monbiot last week, which featured in Parisian magazine Télérama, in which the two discuss the issue of climate change and their respective carbon footprints.

Great atmosphere at the #ClimateMarch in London. **Turn your audio up!**Radiohead's Thom Yorke DJs as tens of...

Posted by Greenpeace UK on Sunday, 29 November 2015

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