It's a known fact that Radiohead (notably Thom Yorke) really, really don't like their 1992 debut single "Creep." The frontman even compared the song's promotion to “sucking Satan’s c-ck.” So just imagine fans' surprise when the band actually decided to perform the song live.

During their concert at Paris' Le Zenith on Monday night (May 23), Radiohead played the iconic self-loathing track for the first time since their 2009 headlining set at Reading Festival. Yes, the wait has been almost seven years, but better late than never...right?

The band is currently on a world tour in support of their A Moon Shaped Pool album (their first in five years), which dropped without warning on May 8. After watching the "Creep" performance above, watch Radiohead play "No Surprises" off 1997's OK Computer below. 

For more of the band, click here to take an impossible British rock test and read our essay on Radiohead's self-sufficient revolution.