Radiohead Brighten Coachella's Second Day
Career-spanning set features icons' newest tracks and older fan favorites.
By Mary J. DiMeglio
Radiohead's Thom Yorke performs during day two of the Coachella music festival
Photo: Getty Images INDIO, California — Radiohead brought their huge sound and eye-candy backdrop to the Coachella festival's polo fields Saturday night in a fairly mellow set, heavy with cuts from their latest offering, The King of Limbs. Amidst their newest tracks — including "Morning Mr Magpie," "Lotus Flower" and "Give Up the Ghost" — the British rock icons sprinkled tunes spanning much of their catalog, from Kid A rave-up "Idioteque" to In Rainbows' "Bodysnatchers" and "15 Step." Of "Karma Police," their first classic selection of the night, singer Thom Yorke said, "You know those people who are only talking to you because they want something from you? You need to take a cold shower afterwards." Radiohead, who last graced the polo fields in 2004, are also headlining Bonnaroo in June. The fivesome answered calls for an encore with longtime fan favorite "Lucky," "Reckoner" and the alternately soaring and intense "Paranoid Android." Coachella's second day also featured Bon Iver, David Guetta, the Shins and A$AP Rocky. In response to last year's event selling out — a week after the 2011 lineup was announced — the festival is experimenting with hosting the same artists for two consecutive three-day weekends: April 13-15 and April 20-22. The Black Keys, Swedish House Mafia and Pulp rocked Friday's chilly opening day. Today's (April 15) third and final day brings Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg (rumored to contain an appearance by the late Nate Dogg as a hologram), Florence and the Machine, Justice, Calvin Harris and the reunited At the Drive-In. Did you go to Coachella? Share your review in the comments below! Related Artists Radiohead David Guetta Usher
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