By Christopher Scapelliti
Radiohead dusted off a pair of gems from their catalog during their May 23 show at Le Zenith in Paris. The group performed their 1993 track “Creep” and the 1997 single “No Surprises” for the first time in seven years.
The group haven’t played “Creep,” the breakthrough single from their 1993 debut, Pablo Honey, since August 30, 2009, at the Reading Festival. They last performed “No Surprises,” a single from 1997’s OK Computer, at a March 2009 show in Santiago, Chile.
Radiohead also debuted “True Love Waits,” from their new album, A Moon Shaped Pool. The song, first performed in 1995, has typically been featured in a shorter form and presented as an introduction to “Everything in Its Right Place.” The Le Zenith show was the first time since 2006 they’ve played “True Love Waits” as a standalone song.
Radiohead Play “Creep” for First Time in Seven Years
Source: Guitar Aficionado