27 May, 2016 - NME.com
Thom Yorke jokingly scolded Radiohead fans at the band's gig in London last night for coming in too early during a mass singalong.
The band played the first of three sold out nights at London's Roundhouse venue on Thursday night (May 26), performing for two and a half hours.
The show followed the release of their ninth album 'A Moon Shaped Pool' earlier this month and the setlist featured eight tracks from the new record.
During the band's final song 'Paranoid Android', the crowd began to sing the "rain down" verse too early to Yorke's delight. "Oh no, no no no no no," he said. "Calm the fuck down."
Watch below at the 3.55 mark.
Thom Yorke also jokingly mocked Jonny Greenwood during the show after he made an error while performing 'Nude'.
The set also saw debut performances of 'Exit Music (For A Film)', 'Planet Telex' and 'Myxomatosis' on this current world tour.
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Radiohead played the following songs in all:
'Burn the Witch'
'Desert Island Disk'
'Talk Show Host'
'My Iron Lung'
'Exit Music (for a Film)'
'Everything in Its Right Place'
'Morning Mr. Magpie'
'2 + 2 = 5'
'You and Whose Army?'