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A Radiohead Fan Created an Amazing Full-Length, Fan-Shot Concert Film

On the second night of Radiohead‘s tour behind the release of their new album A Moon Shaped Pool back in May, the band opted to perform a wide variety of songs from across their discography. They graced the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands on May 21 with everything from The Bends b-side “Talk Show Host” to a brief snippet of “Creep” to the outro of the instrumental “Hunting Bears,” from Amnesiac.

Radiohead has long been known for their diverse set lists, but what makes this show notable is that YouTube user Johnny Airbag put in a bunch of work and created a complete-show video compiled from fan-shot footage. He found video from over 30 sources and searched Facebook, YouTube, Reddit, and Instagram to find them. The clips are all set to a single audio recording of the show, which is definitely of listenable quality (via Consequence of Sound).

All in all, it’s a completely enjoyable project, but it’s also not the first of its kind: Radiohead themselves have previously approved the creation of similar full-concert, fan-shot videos, back in 2010 and 2012. The band even provided the editors with official soundboard audio, so the result would sound as professional as possible.

Watch the show above, and find the setlist below.

Radiohead May 21, 2016 setlist (Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands):
“Burn the Witch”
“Decks Dark”
“Desert Island Disk”
“Ful Stop”
“There There”
“Lotus Flower”
“All I Need”
“Talk Show Host”
“The Numbers”
“Present Tense”
“The National Anthem” (with “Hunting Bears” outro)
“Everything in Its Right Place”

“Give Up the Ghost” (followed by “Creep” tease)
“How to Disappear Completely”
“Karma Police”
“Street Spirit (Fade Out)”

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Featured Image: YouTube/Johnny Airbag

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