On June 18 Radiohead headlined the 2017 edition of the Best Kept Secret music festival. Professionally shot video footage of the entire set played at Beekse Bergen in Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands has been officially shared.
Frontman Thom Yorke led the group through the common show opening trio of songs from last year’s A Moon Shaped Pool, initiating the performance with “Daydreaming,” “Desert Island Disk” and “Ful Stop.” The career spanning set also saw selections from In Rainbows: “15 Step, “ “All I Need” and “Bodysnatchers,” OK Computer: “Climbing Up the Walls” and “Exit Music (for a Film), Hail to the Thief: “Myxomatosis” and “The Gloaming,” Kid A “Everything in Its Right Place” and “Idioteque,” The King of Limbs: “Bloom” and Amnesiac: “Pyramid Song.”
The first of two encores began with “Nude” and also saw arrangements of “Let Down,” “Separator,” “Paranoid Android” and “Reckoner.” Yorke and the band returned to the stage for a finale made up of “Lotus Flower” and “There There.”
Watch Radiohead’s Best Kept Secret set below:
Radiohead at Beekse Bergen
- Desert Island Disk
- Ful Stop
- 15 Step
- Climbing Up the Walls
- All I Need
- Pyramid Song
- Everything in Its Right Place
- The Gloaming
- The Numbers
- Exit Music (for a Film)
- Street Spirit (Fade Out)
- Let Down
- Paranoid Android
- Lotus Flower
- There There
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