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Radiohead Adding More Archival Concert Footage to YouTube

Radiohead are adding more concert footage to their YouTube channel: namely, a January 2008 show performed at London’s 93 Feet East, which will broadcast live on April 9.

The video will start on Friday at 3pm ET. A year ago, Radiohead began adding archival concert footage to their YouTube channel. The shows came from the extensive Radiohead Public Library: an archive the band launched in January 2020.

The first concert the band added was Live From a Tent in Dublin, which documented a performance from October 7, 2000. It was uploaded to YouTube on April 9, 2020: exactly one year since the newest concert broadcast.

Along with reviving the archival series, Radiohead are selling a new line of crew T-shirts, designed by Stanley Donwood. Proceeds will benefit stage and crew organizations supported by #WeMakeEvents. Check them out below.

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Article Image: Thom Yorke of Radiohead performing at the 2019 Down The Rabbit Hole Festival. (benhoudijk via DepositPhotos.)

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