Watch Radiohead air ‘Blow Out’ for the first time in a decade

The band played the 'Pablo Honey' closing track in Chicago for the first time since 2008.

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, 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.

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