Atoms For Peace have revealed two further clips of themselves rehearsing ahead of their forthcoming tour.
The group, who head out on a European tour including three London shows at the Roundhouse in Camden this July, shared footage of themselves performing two tracks from Thom Yorke’s solo album, ‘The Eraser’. A black and white clip of ‘Atoms For Peace’ was tweeted by Yorke first, shortly followed by a snippet of ‘The Clock’, which can be seen above.
Earlier this month, (June 3), Nigel Godrich tweeted a YouTube clip of the band performing ‘Rabbit In Your Headlights’ – Yorke’s 1998 collaboration with electronic duo UNKLE. Previously, clips of the group performing ‘Paperbag Writer’ – a B-side from Radiohead’s 2003 album ‘Hail To The Thief’, was uploaded to Atoms For Peace’s YouTube page. While not a guarantee that the song will make it into the final Atoms For Peace setlist, it was the first indicator that the songs played live at the gigs could include tracks originally recorded by band members for other projects.
Producer Godrich previously tweeted: “Currently trying to remember how to do this….” and posted a video of the band filmed in 2010 playing ‘Cymbal Rush’ at a festival in Fiji. He later shared a YouTube clip of bass player Flea rehearsing as well as a Vine of the whole group preparing for their upcoming live shows. Scroll down to see the Vine below.
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. 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.