Radiohead announced a string of North American tour dates today, focusing on the East Coast and Canada. The tour focuses on stadiums with multiple nights in bigger cities. The tour is in support of 2016’s A Moon Shaped Pool, and highlights areas that the 2017 tour never hit.
There is no new Radiohead album on the horizon, but members of the band have been busy. Guitarist Jonny Greenwood is nominated for an Academy Award for his score on The Phantom Thread. He also scored the upcoming Joachim Phoenix film You Were Never Really Here, due out on March 9th. Drummer Philip Selway contributed music to the film Let Me Go. Thom Yorke recently scored the upcoming horror remake Suspiria. Thom Yorke also recently released a new song “Why Can’t We Get Along,” written for fashion label Rag & Bone.
All tickets go on sale this Saturday February 24th, except the Chicago show which goes on sale Friday February 23rd. Get your tickets here.
The band recently released a 20th Anniversary release of OK Computer with numerous Outtakes and B-Sides. Watch the video for previously unreleased song “Lift” here.
Buy your copy of the vinyl special edition of A Moon Shaped Pool here.
Watch the “Why Can’t We Get Along” video below:
Radiohead Tour Dates:
7/7 – Chicago, IL – United Center
7/10,11 & 13 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
7/16-17 – Montreal, Canada – Bell Centre
7/19-20 – Toronto, Canada – Air Canada Centre
7/22 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesar’s Arena
7/23 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center
7/25 – Cincinnati, OH – US Bank Arena
7/26 – Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena
7/28-29 – Boston, MA – TD Garden
7/31 & 8/1 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center