Friday night saw iconic band Radiohead headline the legendary Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury Festival. NME described the set as an ‘Ok Computer celebration’ as the band paid tribute to their record that’s 20 years old this year.
The band opened with ‘Daydreaming’ a song from last year’s release A Moon Shaped Pool. Following this was rarely played track ‘Lucky’, clearly commemorating the 2oth anniversary of Ok Computer. The band then played ‘Ful Stop’ and ‘Airbag’ another song from Ok Computer. The band ended their set with ‘Karma Police’ after wild chants demanding it from the crowd. You can see the full Radiohead Glastonbury setlist below.
Exit Music (for a film)
Everything in its Right Place
You and Whose Army?
Fake Plastic Trees
During the set, frontman Thom Yorke took the time to thank Glasto festival organisers Emily and Michael Eavis. He said ““To the Eavises, thanks for having us at your lovely farm today, what a fucking great place this is. Ain’t nothing else like it on earth.”
Meanwhile, there was a wave of political agenda during the setlist as Thom Yorke joined in with an impromtu booming chant of ‘Oh, Jeremy Corbyn’, alongside a weak yelp of ‘Strong and Stable’ clearly mocking Conservative Party leader Theresa May.
You can watch Radiohead’s full Glastonbury set here.