Check Out: Radiohead on Austin City Limits

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Right in the wake of Mitt Romney’s comments about his intention to cut funding for public broadcasting, PBS aired the episode of their award-winning live music show Austin City Limits that features Radiohead. It’s probably a coincidence of timing, but it’s stuff like this that reminds us why PBS is awesome and important – where else can you catch an hour-long Radiohead (or Arcade Fire, or Bon Iver) set for free, let alone with a front-row seat? The band plays mostly tracks from The King of Limbs, with a few crowd-favorite classics – “There There,” “Idiotheque,” and “Paranoid Android.” We’re digging the sheer quantity of drummers. Check it out.

Setlist:

Bloom
The Daily Mail
Myxomatosis
Morning Mr. Magpie
The Amazing Sounds of Orgy
Staircase
Identikit
There There
Feral
Idioteque
Paranoid Android

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