At the onset of the pandemic, Radiohead was one of many groups to join in on the weekly archival webcast market. Kicking off the series with the band’s “Live from a Tent in Dublin” concert captured during its October 6th–8th, 2000 run at Punchestown Racecourse in County Kildare, Ireland, the series ran into July before coming to a close. On Tuesday, Radiohead announced that it will once again open up its vaults for a seven-week series of archival streams.

The run of previously-recorded concerts begins on Friday, April 9th at 3 p.m. ET with the band’s January 16th, 2008 show at London’s 93 Feet East. The concert was originally planned as an in-store promotional show at Rough Trade East to celebrate the release of In Rainbows, but when scores of fans showed up at the record store the concert was forced to migrate to the London club.

“The result was an electric and intimate Radiohead performance like no other, one largely unseen since—until now,” noted a press release announcing the series.

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Subsequent concert webcasts will be available beginning Fridays at 3 p.m. ET and will be available for on-demand viewing following the initial airing. Watch Radiohead’s 1/16/08 show at 93 Feet East via the player below on Friday, and head to the band’s YouTube channel to check out previously-aired concerts.

Radiohead – 93 Feet East – London, England – 1/16/08

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