Radiohead Debut 2 New Songs in Miami [VIDEO]

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(Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images)

(Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images)

Radiohead finally kicked off their 2012 world tour in Miami Monday night and debuted two brand new songs for the crowd, “Identikit” and “Cut a Hole,” and a concertgoer caught the performances on video.

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They also performed OK Computer B-side “Meeting in the Aisle,” live, apparently for the first time ever.

“Identikit” won’t do anything to convert non-Radiohead fans, but followers of the band will enjoy its electronic rhythms & textures and layered, nearly indistinguishable vocals from Thom Yorke. “Cut a Hole” continues that song’s general sound, albeit at a much slower tempo.

Both new songs sound like they could have come straight off one of Radiohead’s last two albums. Hear them both (and see Thom Yorke’s ridiculous dance moves) in the videos below.


“Identikit”



“Cut a Hole”


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