Published Jun 09, 2012Last night (June 8), stadium-sized art rockers Radiohead performed an exhaustive 140-minute set at the Bonnaroo 2012. Aside from the sheer length of their set, it was also noteworthy due to the fact that frontman Thom Yorke hinted at a potential collaboration with Jack White.
Before they started into the track "Supercollider," Yorke gave the Blunderbuss songwriter a little shout out, saying, "This song is for Jack White. We saw him yesterday. A big thank-you to him, but we can't tell you why. You'll find out."
Obviously, everything is speculative at this point, but when a big star thanks Jack White for mysterious reasons, we can't be blamed for thinking that some sort of collaboration is in the works. After all, this is the same guy who releases seven-inches from Beck, Insane Clown Posse and John C. Reilly.
Are Radiohead plotting a vinyl single for Jack White's Third Man Records imprint? A Live at Third Man LP? A 3 RPM record?
Only time will tell. For now, you can stream the band's entire Bonnaroo set below.