Get your fill of Thom Yorke's wiggly dance moves (video)
Watch a pro clip of the supergroup Atoms for Peace's NYC DJ set, taken from their new YouTube channel, and grab tix now for their big Barclays Center blowout.
Fri Mar 29 2013
Photograph: Eliot Lee Hazel
Atoms for Peace, the experimental rock-electronica group started by Thom Yorke and a couple of his superstar buddies like Flea and Nigel Godrich, has created its own dedicated YouTube channel. So far, the sole video is top-quality footage from Yorke and Godrich's special performance at Le Poisson Rouge a few weeks back—but it's a real treat, especially for the 99 percent of us who couldn't get into the teeny gig.
Watch them perform off-kilter standout track "Default" off new album Amok. The entire group plays Barclays Center on September 27; tickets are on sale now but haven't sold out yet! Grab yours at ticketmaster.com.
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