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Radiohead return to Conan O’Brien

Radiohead are set appear on Conan O’Brien’s show. The band will perform their latest single on the NBC Network, April 23.

15 years ago, Radiohead first appeared on NBC’s ‘Late Night With Conan O’Brien’. In 1993, the band were O’Brien’s first musical guest ever when they performed ‘Creep’. This time, the song will not be broadcast live as the song has already been recorded live in London. The broadcast is part of NBC’s “Green Week” of environmentally conscious programming.

Here’s Creep again, when we were all younger:

12 Comments

  • Hey Thom,

    I know it was a long time ago, but the hair kills me. Was it Warhol’s birthday or something?

  • Ahhh the angst… Awesome.
    I’d love to hear their thoughts on this performance now! :)

  • listen to that snare!! ha ha awful…

  • Good lord, the snare is so out of tune. Awesome.

  • lol snare

  • House of Cards? Why? *yawn*

    15 Step or Jigsaw would been a lot cooler, but I guess Radiohead is better than no Radiohead.

  • This is the first time i saw them on the tele, it was love at first site. to be young and in love again.

  • Damn that hair is funny.

  • Creep – The song of my life, so what if its megaly overplayed, I think. being a radiohead freak, its still one of the best things they ever did

  • Hey Thom,

    This video makes me weep.

    Not sure if it’s the angst, the hair or Jonnys flaired sleeves. It’s all pretty special.

  • Oh man, Thom’s hair got better, and Conan’s got worse.

    Actually, scrap that. They both improved. Conan looks like a cartoon superhero nowadays.

  • Oh man, Thom’s hair got better, and Conan’s got worse.

    Actually, scrap that. They both improved. Conan looks like a cartoon superhero nowadays.

    Oh my god. thom at the end. he looks like a little girl.

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