Radiohead To Share More Archive Concert Films Via YouTube

A second run of concert films kicks off this week with the band's 2008 show at London's 93 Feet East

Radiohead are due to begin uploading a second series of archive concert films to their official YouTube page this week.

The latest series of films follows an inaugural run from April to July last year, amid various countries’ COVID-19 lockdowns, which saw the band share films from the Radiohead Public Library more widely. The second run, which will run for seven weeks, kicks off this Friday (April 9) at 8pm BST, with a look back at the band’s intimate January 2008 performance at London’s 93 Feet East.

That show was originally intended to be an in-store performance at record shop Rough Trade East to mark the full release of their album In Rainbows, but it was moved after media coverage led to inflated demand. 93 Feet East happened to be available at short notice, allowing the show to go ahead. You can watch it here from Friday.

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