Radiohead are set to add more live shows to their online archive.
The band launched the project last year, sifting through 30 years of concerts for a series of special broadcasts.
Each was added to the extensive Radiohead Public Library, and proved to be a useful distraction for fans denied the live experience due to COVID.
Now Radiohead have launched plans for a second series, kicking off on April 9th with a tiny London show from January 2008, taking place at Brick Lane's 93 Feet East.
Alongside these broadcasts Radiohead have unveiled plans for a fresh series of t-shirts, designed by long-time collaborator Stanley Donwood; all proceeds from this range will benefit stage and crew organizations supported at #WeMakeEvents.
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