Radiohead’s “A Moon Shaped Pool” world tour got underway Friday night at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam. The band opened up the show with live debuts of the first four songs—“Burn The Witch,” “Daydreaming,” “Decks Dark,” “Desert Island Disk,”—from the new album. The fifth song, “Ful Stop,” had been played previously in 2012. Radiohead continued on with a 17-song set with tunes spanning most of the band’s career reaching all the way back to their seminal 1995 album The Bends. Highlights included a bust out of “My Iron Lung” from The Bends, which hadn’t been played since 2009; the crowd favorite “Everything In Its Right Place” from 2000’s Kid A; as well as a live debut of “The Numbers” from A Moon Shaped Pool.
Radiohead closed out the set with “Idioteque” from Kid A and “Bodysnatchers” from 2007’s In Rainbows. But it seemed like they were just getting started. The first, that’s right, first encore contained five songs including the Radiohead classic “Paranoid Android.” The song from OK Computer was sandwiched between two more live debuts of “Present Tense” and the lengthy titled “Tinker Tailor Soldier Sailor Rich Man Poor Man Beggar Man Thief.” All in all, Radiohead played every song from the new album save for “Glass Eyes” and “True Love Waits.” The band closed the first encore with “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi” from In Rainbows before coming out for a second encore of “You and Whose Army” and “Reckoner.” The full setlist is below via Setlist.fm along with a fan shot video of the first hour of the show.
Radiohead will be coming to the U.S. in late July for two shows at Madison Square Garden July 26 and 27 before hopping over to the west coast for two dates in Los Angeles August 4 and 8. Click here to browse AXS.com for Radiohead tickets. Thanks to Jambase.