LONDON (Billboard) - British rock band Radiohead will play a free concert in London on April Fools Day to promote its new single release, "Nude."
The gig for BBC Radio 2 will be held at the state broadcaster's headquarters. Tickets will be distributed on a random basis to U.K residents via the BBC's various platforms and Radiohead's Website, and by a hotline.
The previous day sees the UK release of "Nude" through XL Recordings, the indie label handling the physical distribution of the group's latest chart-topping album, "In Rainbows."
The 7-inch vinyl version of the single will carry a b-side "4 Minute Warning," while the CD version also features "Down Is The New Up." Both tracks were previously available only on a deluxe boxed-set version of "In Rainbows."
Radiohead's European tour proper kicks off June 6 at the Malahide in Dublin. North American audiences can catch the band on two legs, the first starting May 5 at the Cruzan Amphitheatre, in West Palm Beach, Fla. The latter stretch begins August 5 at the All Points West Festival in New York.