20 years on from its initial release, Radiohead’s OK Computer remains as intriguing as ever, regardless of the two decades critics and fans have spent trying to unpick every ounce if its enigmatic fibres. Rising above cliché, OK Computer is a seminal record worthy of every one of its accolades.
To help celebrate the 20-year milestone, Radiohead, Friday night’s headliners, were gifted the opportunity to play the most iconic stage of all in Glastonbury’s Pyramid. In a career spanning set the Oxfordshire band worked in renditions of OK Computer tracks such as ‘No Surprises’, ‘Lucky’ and ‘Paranoid Android’, before closing the set with a hair raising rendition of ‘Karma Police’, tenderly reminding everyone at home and at Worthy Farm that OK Computer has lost none of its mesmeric melancholic magic in the 20 years since its release.
You can listen to OK Computer below and watch highlights from their Glastonbury by clicking here.
Radiohead continue on from Worthy Form and head north to TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow Scotland on Friday 7th July where they will appear along with the likes of Kasabian, Biffy Clyro and Belle And Sebastian.