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Radiohead Resume Tour Following Fatal Stage Collapse, Play ‘Treefingers’ Live for the First Time


Radiohead returned to the concert stage on Tuesday (July 10), playing for the first time since the Toronto stage collapse that claimed the life of drum technician Scott Johnson.

Kicking off the first of a two-night stand in Nimes, France, the band debuted a new stage setup — and, true to form, continued to display a willingness to tinker with the set list, leading things off with a rare performance of the ‘OK Computer’ track ‘Lucky’ and playing the ‘Kid A’ cut ‘Treefingers’ live for the first time.

The band also made room for a tribute to Johnson, lighting up the stage’s LED screens with photos of him during ‘Reckoner,’ performed during the evening’s second encore. Check out the complete set list below, along with fan-shot video of ‘Treefingers.’

Radiohead Set List (July 10, 2012):

‘Morning Mr. Magpie’
’15 Step’
‘There There’
‘The Gloaming’
‘I Might Be Wrong’
‘Pyramid Song’
‘Lotus Flower’
‘Little by Little’
‘Paranoid Android’
‘Give Up the Ghost’
‘Weird Fishes/Arpeggi’
‘Full Stop’
‘Everything In Its Right Place’

Watch the Live Debut of Radiohead’s ‘Treefingers’

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