Radiohead's Thom Yorke says many of the words that appear in the 'Hail to the Thief' artwork were ones that stood out to him when listening to political discussions about the aftermath of 9/11 and the war in Afghanistan.
Radiohead are the latest act to deal with the increasing issue of stage safety. The group was set to play Toronto's Downsview Park Saturday (June 16) when the stage collapsed, killing one person and injuring another three according to initial reports from CBC News.
This shot is of Radiohead's Colin Greenwood and Thom Yorke during the band's headlining set on Friday night at Bonnaroo 2012. Radiohead mostly stuck to their more recent, moody material from last year's 'The King of Limbs.'
Radiohead haven't been shy about treating audiences to new material during their latest run of tour dates, and their stop in Cincinnati, Ohio on Tuesday (June 5) was no exception: the band unveiled another new song, 'Full Stop,' and a pair of fan-made recordings have already made their way to the web.
It's no secret that R.E.M. have made a huge impact on the career of Radiohead. Their early '90s sound reflected a lot on what Michael Stipe and Co. were doing at the time, and Radiohead singer Thom Yorke said Stipe personally called him to let him know R.E.M. were calling it a day last September. Over the weekend, Radiohead played tribute to the band with a live cover of the R.E.M. hit 'The One I Love.'
Thom Yorke hit the decks with longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Goodrich in Los Angeles on Friday night (April 27) with a surprise for revelers, turning in a DJ set that included several previously unheard songs by his much-hyped Atoms for Peace supergroup. The Radiohead singer was spinning as part of Transmission LA: AV Club, the music and visual arts series at L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art that's being curated by Beastie Boy Mike D.
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