Radiohead kicked off its North American tour last Friday and Saturday at the United Center in Chicago, playing songs from all nine of its albums the first night. Included at that show only was the closing cut from the band’s debut album Pablo Honey, “Blow Out,” which it hadn’t played live in a decade.
They closed Saturday’s performance with “Karma Police,” which they skipped on opening night. Singer Thom Yorke and bassist Colin Greenwood also gave the band’s first live performance of the 2015 James Bond-film reject “Spectre” — which Radiohead released as a free download at the end of that year. Radiohead play Little Caesars Arena in Detroit in July 21st.