Thom Yorke Reveals 'Atoms For Peace' Album Details

artist: Atoms For Peace date: 12/05/2012 category: upcoming releases
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Thom Yorke Reveals 'Atoms For Peace' Album Details
Thom Yorke has revealed details of the new album from his supergroup Atoms For Peace, which includes Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers in its lineup. Titled "Amok", the album will be release via XL Records on February 25th and is available for pre-order on CD or vinyl now. It follows the release of single "Default", which you can hear in the player below. Producer Nigel Godrich has been working with Yorke on the album for two years, but production of the Radiohead album "King Of Limbs" and its resulting tour held up the project, according to Rolling Stone. The Atoms For Peace lineup was originally formed to tour Yorke's solo electronic album, but discovered a "really good energy" between the players and decided to form a proper band. "I'm still reeling from being on tour for much of the year but we are planning to get together and play next year," Yorke wrote on the Radiohead website. "We're figuring all that out right now. Atoms is a ongoing and open ended project, where it leads I know not for certain... which is what is nice about it." See the video for Atoms For Peace "Default" here:
Atoms For Peace "Amok" Tracklist: 01. Before Your Very Eyes 02. Default 03. Ingenue 04. Dropped 05. Unless 06. Stuck Together Pieces 07. Judge Jury and Executioner 08. Reverse Running 09. Amok
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