In a move completely to the nature of the tricksters better known as Radiohead, the band has announced the cities they will be visiting on an upcoming North American Tour. No venues, no dates, just cities. And the Internet is still going crazy.
The tour will take place before European dates already announced, but the band plans to return to the United States afterwards as well (they love us, they really love us!).
According to Billboard, Radiohead’s In Rainbows debuted at number one on the charts with a fraction of the sales enjoyed by band’s 2003 record Hail to the Thief. The record’s previous release as a price-negotiable digital download is attributed as the reason for the record’s wonky figures. In Rainbows also is number one on the UK charts.
Whatever your opinion on Radiohead is, you have to admit what a powerful presence they possess (or at least what a powerful publicist they have) to single-handedly send everyone into a tizzy with the most minuscule scrap of information. Radiohead is an obvious hot topic here on Music Blend but judging from past experience, tickets to the band’s shows, venueless and dateless as they may be, are already a very hot item (why aren’t they playing my city?). Here’s where Radiohead plans to play: