"Oh Jeremy Corbyn!" rings out during Radiohead set at Glastonbury
One of the best moments of an incredible Glastonbury performance from Radiohead.
Thom Yorke joins in with the crowd singing "Oh Jeremy Corbyn" at Radiohead's already legendary performance at Glastonbury on Friday night.
The chant in honour of the leader of the Labour Party - to the tune of Seven Nation Army by The White Stripes - has been ubiquitous throughout the festival.
As the noise from the crowd swells, Yorke joins in.
— Owen Jones 🌹 (@OwenJones84) June 23, 2017
Yorke also used his opportunity to tell Theresa May to "shut the door on your way out" while mocking her use of the slogan 'strong and stable' during 'Myxomatosis'.
The band's masterful 25-song set featured a string of classics from the recently re-released OK Computer, although Radiohead's entire back catalogue was well represented throughout.
They opened with 'Daydreaming' from the recent A Moon Shaped Pool - the moment Jonny Greenwood's piano kicks in will take your breath away - and it only got better from there.
People watching at home were blown away.
Awesome #Radiohead set at Glastonbury: "See you later Theresa, shut the door on the way out." We're so much better than the Brexit meanness
— David Conn (@david_conn) June 23, 2017
— BBC Two (@BBCTwo) June 23, 2017
— peter james needham (@pjneedham40) June 23, 2017
It's quite simple: Radiohead are the greatest band in history.
Addendum: In Rainbows is their best album.
— Dr Adam Rutherford (@AdamRutherford) June 23, 2017
— TOB (@T_OByrne) June 23, 2017
A pause in Radiohead's headline Glastonbury set transcends into chants of "oh Jeremy Corbyn".
— LFM (@LFMmag) June 23, 2017