British musician and singer-songwriter Thom Yorke of the rock band Radiohead performs during a concert at the Bullrings of Nimes on July 10, 2012 in the French southern city of Nimes. (AFP/SYLVAIN THOMAS)
Radiohead paid tribute to the drum technician who lost his life in a stage collapse last month during their first concert since the tragedy.
The British band was left devastated after Scott Johnson was killed in the incident in Toronto, Canada on June 16 and they subsequently scrapped a string of shows across Europe.
They returned to performing on Tuesday for a gig in Nimes, France, and they took the opportunity to remember Johnson.
Images obtained by music website Consequence of Sound show photographs of the late drum technician filling the screen on the stage as Radiohead played their track Reckoner, which frontman Thom Yorke dedicated to "our friend Scott".
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