Radiohead continues to release exclusive archival concert footage thanks to their extensive Radiohead Public Library project, now announcing a second series of archival shows.

Following the initial series of shows which ran from April to Jul, concluding with a 1997 festival set, the second run of unearthed shows is set to begin with a rarely-seen performance at London’s 93 Feet East in 2008. Teased in clips via Instagram, it will air on Radiohead’s YouTube channel this Friday (April 9). More shows will come every Friday for seven weeks, at 8pm UK time.

“We rummaged in the Radiohead Public Library and found a few more concerts from a life that we all yearn to return to,” reads a statement from the band on Instagram.“Thanks to science and vaccines, we are a step closer to that.”

 

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The band has also reissued their crew t-shirts designed by longtime collaborator Stanley Donwood, recognizing “the hard work of crew everywhere who make live shows happen,” and giving off proceeds to various crew support charities.

 

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