Radiohead perform acoustic version of ‘True Love Waits’ for first time in 15 years

Radiohead performed an acoustic version of ‘True Love Waits’ for first time in 15 years during their show in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Thom Yorke took on the track as a solo acoustic arrangement, following a version which can be heard on 2001’s I Might Be Wrong live album and it was only years later that a studio version of the track surfaced on 2016’s A Moon Shaped Pool.

Last year the band’s longtime producer Nigel Godrich shared production notes from an early attempt at recording the song, he dates those back to the OK Computer era. The history of the track dates almost 20 years before the official studio release.

Then, in an unplanned moment in Brazil, Thom Yorke did this:

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