It will be shown on July 1
[b]Radiohead[/b] are set to perform their new album [b]’The Kings Of Limbs'[/b] in its entirety for a special BBC broadcast.
The band’s set will be shown in a programme titled Radiohead – The King of Limbs: Live From The Basement, which will be part of the BBC‘s From The Basement series. It will be filmed in high definition and broadcast on July 1.
The programme is to be produced by [b]Nigel Godrich[/b], who was also at the controls for the recording of [b]’The Kings Of Limbs'[/b] itself.
The broadcast will mark the first time the band have played many of the tracks from the album live and is likely to be the only time they play them in sequence.
[b]’The King Of Limbs'[/b] was released physically on February 18 this year and is currently Number Seven in the UK albums chart. It is the band’s eighth studio LP.
There are no details as yet on which BBC channel the performance will be shown, or whether it will be available to be streamed online.
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