Radiohead Plan Summer Outing In Europe

June and July tour kicks off in France and ends with three dates in Israel.

Radiohead will tour throughout Europe and Israel this summer before the release of their fourth LP.

The arty rock band will play in Arles, France, on June 13, launching a trip that will take the group through Spain, Italy, Greece and Germany, according to its Web site (www.radiohead.com).

Three shows in Israel, July 7–9, will wrap up the tour.

The follow-up to their acclaimed 1997 album, OK Computer, which featured such tracks as "Paranoid Android" (RealAudio excerpt) and "Karma Police" (RealAudio excerpt), is tentatively slated for release in September or October. According to online band diaries, Radiohead have considered more than 20 tracks for the disc, including "Egyptian Song," "Kinetic," "Knives Out" and "Cuttooth.

Radiohead tour dates:

June 13; Arles, France; Theatre Antique d'Arles

June 14; Vaison La Romaine, France; Theatre Antique d'Vaison

June 15; Barcelona, Spain; Teatro Tivoli

June 17; Frejus, France; Arenes d'Frejus

June 18–19; Milan, Italy; Villa Reale

June 21–22; Florence, Italy; Piazza Santa Croce

June 25; Thessaloniki, Greece; Earth Theatre

June 26–27; Athens, Greece; Lycabetus Theatre

June 30; Paris, France; La Grand Rex

July 1; London, UK; Royal Festival Hall

July 3–4; Berlin, Germany; SFB Sendesall

July 7–8; Tel Aviv, Israel; Cinerama

July 9; Caesaria, Israel; Old Roman Amphitheatre