The alternative rock band will upload archived concert footage weekly for fans to stream during self-quarantine.

To help ease self-quarantine woes for fans during the COVID-19 crisis, Radiohead have announced they will upload their past concert films on YouTube. The band plans to upload one concert per week on the video sharing website until the quarantine has been lifted or they run out of content.

The first concert the alt band will upload is their ‘Live from a Tent in Dublin’ show from October 7, 2000. The concert mainly contains music from their fourth album, ‘Kid A’. Fans can begin streaming the concert on the band’s YouTube channel at 5pm EST on April 9.

However, the concert is also readily available to watch right now from the band’s Radiohead Public Library, which was launched earlier this year. The library is everything a Radiohead fan could ever want, containing video footage of all their concerts and TV appearances as well as B-sides, compilation tracks, artwork and merch.

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