RadioheadRadiohead performed their first gig of 2008 on January 16 in London, playing their new No. 1-selling album In Rainbows in its entirety.

Having surprised fans by announcing the free in-store gig at the Rough Trade East music shop in London’s Brick Lane via their website, the band found themselves as surprised as the crowd when the show had to be moved at the last minute.

Following the record shop shop’s plans to show the gig on screens to fans outside in the cold, the police and local authorities stepped in with safety concerns forcing the show to be moved to the nearby 93 Feet East venue. The gig was streamed live on their website.

Radiohead In RainbowsKicking the free show off with "15 Step," the band played the whole of their new album In Rainbows in running order. Thom Yorke is pictured on stage at 93 Feet East with his Gibson SG guitar.

“It’s been a very strange day so it’s possible I might have to have a drink at the end of this,” the band's lead singer Thom Yorke explained. “I’m trying to cut down, but today seems a bad day to cut down.”

Finishing the set with "Videotape," Yorke quickly returned alone with just an acoustic guitar for the encore.

“Thanks everyone, hope it was worth it," Yorke said, before performing a solo version of "Up on the Ladder." "We’ll play some other tracks now, because this a gig, isn’t it?”

With his band mates rejoining him, Radiohead played "You and Whose Army?" from Amnesiac along with Kid A's "The National Anthem" and "My Iron Lung" from The Bends, which earned one of the loudest cheers of the night.

Radiohead setlist:

'15 Step'
'Weird Fishes/Arpeggi'
'All I Need'
'Faust Arp'
'House Of Cards'
'Jigsaw Falling Into Place'
'Up on the Ladder'
'You and Whose Army?'
'The National Anthem'
'My Iron Lung'
'The Bends'

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