Thom Yorke’s Atoms For Peace hide secret track on website

The free download can be found on the band's interactive website

Thom Yorke‘s Atoms For Peace have hidden a secret track on their official website.

‘What The Eyeballs Did’ can be downloaded for free by logging on to, the supergroup’s interactive website, which features a landscape designed by long-time Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood. Scroll all the way over to the right and click on the dial of the clock tower to release the track.

‘What The Eyeballs Did’ was previously available as the B-side to the supergroup’s recent single ‘Default’, which was released as a download back in September and on 12-inch in November.


Atoms For Peace is Yorke’s side project with Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers, producer Nigel Godrich and percussionist Mauro Refosco. The Radiohead frontman revealed earlier this week (December 4) that the group will release their debut album ‘Amok’ on February 25, 2013.

Writing on Radiohead‘s website, he also revealed that the band are planning to come together next year for a series of live shows. He explained: “I’m still reeling from being on tour for much of the year but we are planning to get together and play etc next year! 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.”


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