Tonight Radiohead kicked off their North American tour, their first proper tour in support of The King of Limbs, which was released just over a year ago. The first date took place at Miami’s American Airlines Arena and as expected the set was very TKOL-heavy, but for fans of their older material they included “The National Anthem,” “Kid A,” “There There” and “Airbag” amongst others.
Super fans will be bewildered to hear that they played OK Computer era b-side “Meeting In The Aisle” live for the first time, as well as a couple of new songs called “Identikit” and “Cut A Hole.” Also, although it wasn’t played on this occasion, it looks like we will soon get “Skirting on the Surface,” accoring to this rehearsal setlist, a song that Thom played solo a few times while touring with Atoms For Peace (video here).
Check out videos of “Identikit” and “Cut A Hole” below.
“Cut A Hole”
Full set list for those interested, Radiohead, Miami, 2/27/12
02. The Daily Mail
05. National Anthem
06. Meeting in the Aisle
07. Kid A
08. The Gloaming
10. You and Whose Army?
12. Identikit (new song)
13. Lotus Flower
14. There There
20. Cut A Hole (new song)
22. Give Up the Ghost
24. Karma Police
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