2 months ago, word got around that Nurul Izzah was planning to bring Radiohead to Malaysia – a promise she made back in 2013 should Pakatan Harapan (PH) win the general election.
It looks like the Permatang Pauh MP, who is a Radiohead fan herself, is finally making good on her Twitter message. “Indeed. A promise is a promise,” she tweeted on 19th May.
“I’m making an open letter and it is now in the final process to expose to them the importance of being sensitive with issues on the Palestinian struggle. Secondly, it is hoped that they’ll agree with my proposal to hold a concert, which will be a charity concert,” the 37-year-old politician told reporters yesterday (Wednesday, 18th July).
The iconic British alternative rock band from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, consists of Thom Yorke, brothers Jonny and Colin Greenwood, Ed O’Brien, and Philip Selway. Formed in 1985, Radiohead is famous for hit songs such as “Creep”, “No Surprises”, “Karma Police”, “Exit Music”, “High and Dry”, and “My Iron Lung”.
Would you be excited to watch Radiohead perform live in Malaysia?