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Radiohead To Share Live Sets During COVID-19 Lockdown
Christian Eede , April 9th, 2020 16:35

The band are doing their bit to help fans get through isolation

Radiohead are set to upload a number of full concert videos to their YouTube channel in the coming weeks to keep fans entertained through isolation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The band will draw on the vast archive of live footage that forms part of the Radiohead Public Library, launched earlier this year, for the uploads. "We will be releasing one a week until either the restrictions resulting from [the] current situation are eased, or we run out of shows," reads a note shared via their Facebook page.

The first of those sets, Live From a Tent In Dublin - October 2000, will go live at 10pm BST tonight (April 9). You will be able to watch it via Radiohead's YouTube page here. The show, which took place at Dublin's Punchestown Racecourse, formed part of Radiohead's tour in support of the albums Kid A and Amnesiac, having come shortly after the release of the first of those records.

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