Radiohead fans who have held a silent vigil waiting for the Stateside release of the band's documentary "Meeting People Is Easy" won't have to wait too much longer.
Capitol Records announced this week that the 94-minute video will hit U.S. stores on April 20, some four months after it was first expected to hit the States. As we first reported late last year (see "Radiohead Documentary Gets A Release Date"), the video was originally expected to arrive here in January. It was also hoped that the documentary would debut at last year's CMJ Filmfest, but did not turn up there either.
The video comes from director Grant Gee, the man who helmed the band's video for "No Surprises," and features performances shot in Barcelona, Paris, New York, and Tokyo.