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‘For a minute there – I lost myself’.
Lose yourself in a sonically spectacular experience at an evening with Radiohead which is coming to Liverpool Cathedral soon.
The event is being produced by Let Me In production company and promised to be a mind-blowing show for any true Radiohead fans or brand-new listeners.
An Evening With Radiohead is being held at different cathedrals across the country. It comes to Liverpool on Sunday 30th March at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.
A full live band, accompanied by the nationally renowned Mike Nowland String Quartet will give you musical experience that you will never forget. Local musicians and Radiohead fans – Bruce Higgs, Alfie Woods and Daniel Anketell, will also make up part of the band.
The setlist will be made up of Radiohead’s vast catalogue, including songs from all nine studio albums. It will include their most popular songs from albums like OK Computer and In Rainbows and lesser-known gems from their back catalogues.
Fan favourites like Paranoid Android, Weird Fishes and Fake Plastic Trees will be performed with a fusion of a classic orchestra and their traditional rock style.
This is the second year that the event has been running and was very popular amongst fans last year. It was credited with creating a surreal soundscape in the ethereal surroundings of a majestic cathedral setting.
Radiohead was formed in 1985 in Abingdon, Oxfordshire by school friends Thom Yorke, Ed O’Brien, Colin Greenwood, Philip Selway and Jonny Greenwood. They had great success with their rock-ready albums in the 1990s and with their experimental futuristic albums in the 2000s.
The event was originally set up due to the long hiatus of Radiohead who haven’t performed live since 2018. Let Me In productions say that they want to experience Radiohead in a unique way, while giving them happy memories of their favourite band.
Liverpool Cathedral’s show is currently sold out, but several shows across the country still have tickets available here