Radiohead kicked off their 2018 North American summer tour last night (6th July) with a show in Chicago.
Playing in support of 2016’s ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, the band aired a somewhat rare live cut of ‘Pablo Honey’ closing their rack ‘Blow Out’ – the first time they’ve done so in over a decade.
According to setlist.fm, the last time the band performed the track live was across two dates in Tokyo, back in 2008 – with those being the first performances since 1997.
You can check out fan shot footage of the performance below.
Radiohead’s tour continues tonight with a second Chicago date.