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Radiohead live in Melbourne (Night 2) – Live Report

So this is it. The final show of 2012. The final show of The King Of Limbs tour. The final Radiohead show for who knows how long. Radiohead are currently on stage at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia following a support set by Connan Mockasin. Keep checking here or our Twitter account for live updates.

Setlist
01 Lotus Flower
02 Bloom
03 There There
04 The Daily Mail
05 Myxomatosis
06 The Gloaming
07 Separator
08 Kid A
09 How To Disappear Completely
10 Nude
11 Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
12 Ful Stop
13 You And Whose Army?
14 Paranoid Android
15 Feral
16 Bodysnatchers
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17 Exit Music (For A Film)
18 These Are My Twisted Words
19 Pyramid Song
20 Planet Telex
21 Idioteque
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22 Give Up The Ghost
23 Reckoner
24 True Love Waits/Everything In Its Right Place

So the tour ends with Everything In Its Right Place. Hope you all enjoyed following the tour along (if you did). We really had fun trailing the band around this year, even if it was mostly in a digital manner.

We’ll have updated FINAL tour stats soon.

14 Comments

  • Wonderful end to the tour! See you next time Radiohead.

  • Thanks for the updates. I check the site daily. Next up, Atoms for peace tour…

  • What a tour this year . . . Hope they come to Brazil soon

  • I did enjoy the setlists, yes. Thanks.

  • Anyone think this might be the end for Radiohead? Even before the events in Toronto, I thought the band might be tiring of these world tours. Families, different projects, artistic differences. These are all things that have crept into the Radiohead camp.

    Its possible the band thinks they’ve done all they can do together as a 5 piece without just becoming the Rolling Stones and rehashing a greatest hits tour every couple of years.

    I thought the “Goodbye” backdrop and “Job Interview” comment added a little fuel to the fire for myself.

    Every good thing must come to and end someday, I just have a terrible feeling we’ve seen the last of a touring Radiohead.

    Hope I’m wrong.

    • Nah. I don’t think so. They said something in one of the Coachella Festival nights, I think weekend 2. Something along the lines of remembering (because they asked themselves) why they should do the tour; because it was a collective effort between them and us.

      Granted, that was prior to the accident at Toronto… Not the end of Radiohead, but more of a sporadic release of music, as they make the best of the time they have together as they live their own lives with their own families, without the pressure of having to release a full album. Like how they did with Supercollider & The Butcher, then The Daily Mail & Staircase. Maybe smaller tours? When they get bored, hopefully? Lol

    • They looked like a band still thoroughly enjoying themselves on stage, to me.; Thom was beaming the whole show in Melbourne on the Friday night, Ed was laughing and smiling, Colin was doing some…weird little dance thing. They’re still producing new, exciting music, and they seem to get a real thrill out of playing it live. They’re growing up, but their audience is growing with them, and they’re not showing signs of slowing down, or tiring. They’re never going to be the band that plays 150 dates a year again, but this sort of small-ish tour, every 4-5 years, seems entirely doable.

    • Why the hell would you even say such a thing?

  • I went both nights. Enjoyed Friday but LOVED saturday. Too many highlights to mention really, but Feral is stupidly good live :)

    I hope they’ll be back too. I think they will. They have been part of my life since I was 17 (back in 1997), and I’ve been fortunate to see them many times. However, rather like an ageing elderly relative who lives overseas, I’m conscious the number of future opportunities to see them may be dwindling.

    They’re still fantastic, of course. And I for one think KOL is up there with their very, very best.

  • Can you upload the final tour stats? You promised!

  • Thank YOO for posting the set lists, reports, and videos. It was great. I still think about how amazing the Santa Barbara show was and only wish I could have seen 20 more live shows. They have never sounded better!

  • Please update the final tour stats!

  • The final show of 2012, it’s great.

  • Anyone think this might be the end for Radiohead? Even before the events
    in Toronto, I thought the band might be tiring of these world tours.
    Families, different projects, artistic differences. These are all
    things that have crept into the Radiohead camp.

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