Over the weekend, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke made two stunning, unannounced guest appearances at Suffolk's Latitude Festival. First, alongside Bristol legends Portishead during a performance of 'The Rip'. And later on Yorke played an entire surprise solo set, which Rabbit In My Headlights managed to capture.

Yorke's frequent engineer/producer/musician collaborator Nigel Godrich performed alongside him during the solo set, which was the first solo show since announcing a Tokyo performance last month. That show was originally scheduled to be the first for Yorke since last year's release of All Tomorrow's Boxes, but it seems Latitude may have been a welcome testing ground for the new live material.

This comes just a month after Radiohead member Johnny Greenwood confirmed that the band was working on new material together, the first since 2011's surprise album The King Of Limbs. Yorke's solo performances may be limited, but it also may be a sign that the band is either taking a break from recording or, potentially, the recording may be finished. It's hard to say at this point.

Watch the solo performance below, capture by a fan at the festival.