Thom Yorke Tomorrow's Modern Boxes U.S. Tour ends on a high note at the Orpheum Los Angeles
Opening for Yorke was Oliver Coates, who put a unique, sensory twist on conventional cello music.
With the announcements of Radiohead’s induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Academy Award shortlist nomination of his song “Suspirium,” Thom Yorke ends his tour and the year on a high note.
Accompanied by longtime producer and collaborator, Nigel Godrich, and audio-visual artist, Tarik Barri, Yorke played a memorable show on his sold out second night (and second to last show of his tour), at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles.
Thom Yorke played songs all the way from his first solo album in 2006, like “The Eraser,” all the way to new unreleased material such as “Two Feet Off The Ground.”
Fans in the audience were either mesmerized by the beautiful shapes and colors of the bright screens or mirroring Yorke’s funky, yet charming dancing.
Coverage by Sumin Choi
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