It seems like in this time of COVID-19, Radiohead has our backs. No, this isn’t a reference to the upcoming solo release from Ed O’Brien. The band has generously decided to begin dropping concert films on their official YouTube page beginning today. They’ve also launched Radiohead Library, an online resource of videos, album art and more to interact with.
The first film comes from a 2000 concert shot in Ireland. The concert should contain some rare gems that will make fans of the band giddy to say the least. Recorded in Naas at Punchestown Racehorse, the set contains twenty-three songs and was made just days after the release of Kid A.
The above link will take you to the official Youtube page for the band and the film debuts at 5:00 p.m. ET. The Radiohead Library can be accessed here twenty-four hours a day.
Image Credits: Photo by Alex Lake.