Radiohead Tour Opener in Miami: Setlist

Radiohead kicked off their World Tour tonight at the American Airlines Arena, where the band debuted songs both old and new in front of a capacity crowd. Augmented by drummer Clive Deamer, the Brits unveiled two brand new songs – Identikit and Cut a Hole. Meeting In The Aisle, an instrumental first released on the Airbag / How Am I Driving? EP in 1998, saw its live debut this evening.

[via @ChrisDuqueV]

Front man Thom Yorke mentioned that “every night is going to be different” late in the show, giving fans hope that this tour’s setlists will vary even more so than in the past.

Here’s the complete setlist via @radioheadlive

Set: Bloom, The Daily Mail, Morning Mr. Magpie, Staircase, The National Anthem, Meeting In the Aisle, Kid A, The Gloaming, Codex, You and Whose Army?, Nude, Identikit, Lotus Flower, There There, Feral, Idioteque, Seperator

Encore 1: Airbag, Bodysnatchers, Cut a Hole*, Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
Encore 2: Give Up The Ghost, Reckoner, Karma Police

* – w/ Clive Deamer on Piano

The tour continues on Wednesday night at the St. Pete Times Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Plenty of videos have already surfaced of the tour opener. Here’s a few good ones…

Radiohead – Identikit

Radiohead – Meeting In The Aisle

Here’s another angle of Meeting In The Aisle

Radiohead – Meeting In The Aisle

Radiohead – Cut A Hole

Radiohead – Kid A

Radiohead – The Gloaming

Radiohead – Codex

Radiohead – There There

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9 Responses

  1. I don’t know about those NYC shows this past fall but aside from this this looks like the first show in a very long time where they didnt play “Everything In It’s Right Place”

  2. I really hope they play Paranoid Android in Tampa. I know they are probably sick of it by now, but it’s still one of my favs. This will be my first Radiohead concert.

  3. Thought the set list sucked. I would have liked to hear more from the bends and more of their popular songs too. Still an amazing show! Just none of the songs I wanted to hear we’re played.

    1. They’re said before the tour they’d be featuring the last 2 albums. I think the quote was “this wont be a greatest hits tour like in the past” so it’s to be expected that you won’t hear the more popular songs this tour. That’s why they’re playing mostly indoor places as well

  4. I like the differences in the setlists between Tampa and Miami. It’ll be interesting to see what they play for the rest of the tour. Their opening band is called Other Lives. Very cool band, as well.

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