The duo performed stripped-back deep cuts and classics
tom skinner
08:23 21st August 2017

Radiohead members Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood performed live rarities during a special stripped-back show last night (August 21). Check out footage and setlist below. 

The one-off gig was held in Macerata Sferiserio, Italy - in aid of the huge earthquake which hit the Le Marche region of the country a year ago. 

Taking to the stage as a duo, Yorke and Greenwood treat the crowd by airing ‘Faust Arp’ and the unreleased track ‘Follow Me Around’ - both played for the first time in seven years. ‘A Wolf At The Door’ also made the cut after being played last in 2012, while Yorke’s solo effort ‘Cymbal Rush’ was performed for the first time since 2008. 

As expected, the setlist was also sprinkled with a few Radiohead classics. ‘Exit Music (For A Film)’, ‘Everything In Its Right Place’ and ‘No Surprises’ were all given the acoustic treatment, before ‘Karma Police’ closed the show. 

The entire rare performance was captured by a fan on Periscope, which you can check out below. 



Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood played:

Faust Arp 
The Numbers 
Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
Exit Music (For A Film)
I Might Be Wrong
Follow Me Around 
A Wolf At The Door
How To Disappear Completely
Present Tense
Give Up The Ghost
Cymbal Rush 
Like Spinning Plates
All I Need
Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Pyramid Song
Everything In Its Right Place
No Surprises
Karma Police 

Elsewhere, Radiohead drummer Philip Selway has invited Ed Balls to see the band live again after the former Labour MP described their Glastonbury set as 'dirge-like'. Selway told NME he hoped to "change his mind" after Balls gave the performance a battering in an article for The Guardian.