Several bands have broken open their vaults of live recordings as the coronavirus pandemic continues and shared previously recorded concert videos, including Metallica, Phish, The National, and Bruce Springsteen. Now we can add Radiohead to that list. They'll be showing live videos weekly on YouTube, starting Thursday (4/9) at 5 PM ET with "Live from a Tent in Dublin," which was recorded at Punchestown Racecourse in County Kildare, Ireland in October of 2000. The band played three consecutive nights at the venue, October 6, 7, and 8, part of their Kid A tour, so it remains to be seen which night we'll get, or if it's a mix of all three. Stream the video on YouTube and below.

Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien said he had the symptoms of coronavirus, but has thankfully recovered. His debut solo album as EOB comes out later this month.

Thom Yorke was scheduled to be on an North American solo tour right now, but of course it's been postponed.

Meanwhile, we've been collecting amazing live videos for you to watch every day while there are no concerts to attend, and we've featured Radiohead twice so far.

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