Radiohead to livestream archived shows - here's where to watch

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Iconic rock band Radiohead is getting ready to give fans a look at some rare concert footage with a livestream series starting this April.

According to NME, the broadcast, which will run for seven weeks, will begin with a stream of the band's 2008 performance at London's 93 Feet East.

Sharing the news on social media, band member Colin Greenwood wrote: "We rummaged in the Radiohead Public Library and found a few more concerts from a life we all yearn to return to. Thanks to science and the vaccines, we are a step closer to that. We begin with London's @93FeetEast from 2008."

Fans can catch the series on Radiohead's official YouTube account starting Friday, 9 April.

Details of the other shows have not been made public yet.

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