Radiohead kicked off their 2012 touring schedule with a 24-song set including two new tracks at the sold-out American Airlines Arena in Miami Monday night.
According to reports from fan site ateaseweb, the group kicked things off with ‘Bloom,’ the lead off track off ‘The King of Limbs’ before delving into ‘The Daily Mail’ as lead singer Thom Yorke (sporting a ponytail!) and company settled in.
“It’s great to play again,” Yorke said as reported by Radioheadlive’s Twitter account. “Every night is going to be different I hope.”
‘Indentikit’ and ‘Cut a Hole’ were the songs debuted, with Yorke using a lyrics sheet for the latter (you can watch both songs below).
Another surprise came during the first live performance of ‘Meeting in the Aisle,’ a rare B-side found on Radiohead’s 1998 ‘Airbag/How Am I Driving’ EP, which ateaseweb described as a “WTF inclusion.” The second encore concluded with fans singing along to classic ‘Karma Police.’
The band’s tour continues tomorrow night in Tampa before the first stage wraps up in Glendale, Arizona, on March 15. A second round of shows is set for April before the group performs at Coachella and Bonnaroo later this spring.