May 5, 2013 14:22

Thom Yorke performs 'Karma Police' on 'The Jonathan Ross Show' - watch

Radiohead man also plays a solo version of his Atoms For Peace track 'Ingenue'

Thom Yorke performs 'Karma Police' on 'The Jonathan Ross Show' - watch
Thom Yorke performed Radiohead's 'Karma Police' on The Jonathan Ross Show, which was broadcast last night (May 4).

Yorke played a shortened version of the track on the piano and he closed the show by playing his Atoms For Peace track 'Ingenue'. You can watch footage of the singer playing both songs below.

Last month, Yorke joked that if anyone called Atoms For Peace a supergroup to his face, he'll "fucking knock their teeth out". The band, which also features Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers on bass, percussionist Mauro Refosco and drummer Joey Waronker, released their debut LP 'Amok' earlier this year.

Atoms For Peace will play three UK live shows as part of a European tour set to take place in July. The band will play three shows at London's Roundhouse between July 24-26. These dates will conclude the tour, which also features live shows in Paris, Belgium and Germany as well as a number of European festival dates.

To check the availability of Atoms For Peace tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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