'Full Stop,' New Radiohead Song, Performed In Chicago (VIDEO)

"Full Stop," an eerie new Radiohead song, was performed by the British band last night during a show at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Chicago.

According to Pitchfork, the band debuted the new song June 10, following several rehearsals of it during sound checks on their current tour for the album "The King Of Limbs."

A fan recorded a version of the song at the concert from a very good vantage point, and posted it to his YouTube channel.


This isn't the first new Radiohead song to debut on the current tour. In February, HuffPost reported on live performances of two new Radiohead songs, "Identikit" and "Cut A Hole," which the band played in Miami.

Memorabilia for "Full Stop," including lyrics and chords, surfaced on eBay in March and sold for as much as $910, according to Pitchfork.

Billboard reported that Radiohead singer Thom Yorke has hinted at a collaboration with former White Stripes frontman Jack White. On stage at Bonnaroo, Yorke dedicated a song to White, and then dropped a pretty obvious teaser:

"We saw [Jack White] yesterday. A big thank-you to him, but we can't tell you why. You'll find out," Yorke said, according to Billboard.

WATCH: Radiohead's New Song, "Full Stop"