Radiohead will return to the United States for additional arena shows promoting their latest album, A Moon Shaped Pool. The short tour takes place mostly in the northeast, kicking off July 7th in Chicago and wrapping up August 1st in Philadelphia.
Radiohead will make multiple appearances in New York City, Toronto, Montreal, Boston and Philadelphia. Tickets go on sale February 23rd.
A Moon Shaped Pool, Radiohead’s 9th studio LP, came out in 2016. The record reached Number One on the U.S. rock albums chart and Number Three overall. Single “Burn the Witch” enjoyed modest success at the Triple A radio format.
Radiohead’s members have been productive since their last album release. Last year, the band oversaw the 20th anniversary reissue of their album OK Computer and worked with composer Hans Zimmer on a new version of “(Ocean) Bloom” for the docuseries Blue Planet II. Drummer Philip Selway contributed music to the film Let Me Go, while guitarist Johnny Greenwood scored Paul Thomas Anderson’s movie Phantom Thread. Earlier in February, lead singer Thom Yorke revealed a new song that he made for a Rag & Bone advertisement.
Radiohead Tour Dates
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July 07 – Chicago @ United Center
July 10 – New York @ Madison Square Garden
July 11 – New York @ Madison Square Garden
July 13 – New York @ Madison Square Garden
July 16 – Montreal @ Bell Centre
July 17 – Montreal @ Bell Centre
July 19 – Toronto @ Air Canada Centre
July 20 – Toronto @ Air Canada Centre
July 22 – Detroit @ Little Caesars Arena
July 23 – Columbus @ Schottenstein Center
July 25 – Cincinnati @ US Bank Arena
July 26 – Pittsburgh @ PPG Paints Arena
July 28 – Boston @ TD Garden
July 29 – Boston @ TD Garden
July 31 – Philadelphia @ Wells Fargo Center
August 1 – Philadelphia @ Wells Fargo Center
Watch below: Rolling Stone‘s Andy Greene retells the story of how Thom Yorke and his Radiohead bandmates came to create their 1997 classic ‘OK Computer.’