Radiohead play ‘Creep’ at Reading Festival

Radiohead headlined the Reading Festival last night (30 Aug) a staggering 15 years since their last appearance there.

Kick-starting with a very rare outing for breakthrough 1992 single ‘Creep’ (last played in the UK in 2001) the festival revellers/teenage goths [delete where applicable] knew this was going to be a Radiohead gig to top all Radiohead gigs. The 23 song near-perfect greatest hits set featured other crowd favourites such as Paranoid Android, Just, Everything In Its Right Place and Karma Police, as well as an airing for new song ‘These Are My Twisted Words’. They played;

National Anthem
15 Step
There There
All I Need
The Gloaming
Climbing Up The Walls
Street Spirit
Karma Police
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
Exit Music
You And Whose Army?
These Are My Twisted Words
Jigsaw Falling into Place
Paranoid Android
Everything In Its Right Place

Check out the band’s mesmerising performance of Creep below.

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