Yesterday, Radiohead headlined the 2012 Bonnaroo Music Festival in Tennessee, where the band previously played one of the longest shows of their career (28 songs) in 2006. During last night's show, Thom Yorke dropped hints at an exciting new collaboration: Yorke mentioned the band had "done something" with Jack White on Thursday, and dedicated "Supercollider" to him as well: "Big thank you to Jack White. We're not gonna tell you why, but you'll find out."

White has his Third Man Records studio/shop in nearby Nashville—and he's been collaborating and releasing singles and 7" with everyone from Beck to Tom Jones to Insane Clown Posse. So many are now speculating that they recorded something together—if so, this would be highly unusual for Radiohead, who generally record with the same producer/engineer (Nigel Godrich), and take massive amounts of time tinkering with those recordings. Of course, it could also turn out to be a Yorke and White collaboration.

But we'll just have to wait and see. In the meantime, you can watch Radiohead's complete 25-song Bonnaroo set below, including new song "Identikit," classics like "Karma Police" and "I Might Be Wrong," a rare appearance from "House Of Cards," and the drum-heavy "There There." You can also watch highlights from their two-night stand in Newark last week here.