The band are currently in the throes of a US tour.

Last week, Radiohead surprised fans in Miami when they dusted off an OK Computer classic, ‘The Tourist’, to play live for the first time in nine years.

Keeping in with a similar spirit of surprise over the weekend, the Oxford band gave attendees at their Phillips Arena show in Atlanta on Saturday (April 1) a rare performance of In Rainbows’ highlight ‘House of Cards’, which they haven’t rolled out live for half a decade.

They also delighted the crowd with another bona fide OK Computer classic, ‘Subterranean Homesick Alien’, during a 25-track set that also included ‘Everything in Its Right Place’ and ‘Karma Police’, along with three encores. Watch some fan-shot footage below.

Radiohead’s third studio album OK Computer turns 20 this year and the band will head out on a European tour in June, including a headline slot at Glastonbury.

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