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WATCH: Atoms For Peace Drop New Rehersal Videos

Written by Sarah Bella on June 16, 2013

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke and his merry supergroup of misfits, Atoms For Peace, have been busy little bees in the rehearsal studio, and they’ve just dropped another 3 new live videos for our viewing and listening pleasure.

The pony-tailed Yorke, along with Nigel Godrich, Flea, Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco, have been furiously uploading the live tasters, giving fans an intimate behind-the-scenes look at their live act and adding to their seemingly endless YouTube playlist with numbers like The Clock, Atoms For Peace, Paperbag Writer, Reverse Running, The Hollow Earth, Cymbal Rush and Ingenue.

Atoms For Peace released their debut album AMOK earlier this year. While they may not be heading to Australia on their upcoming world tour, if they keep giving us rehearsal videos at this rate, we may be able to suffice by queuing them all up and spending a night in front of YouTube.

WATCH: Atoms For Peace – 6.13a

WATCH: Atoms For Peace – 6.13b



WATCH: Atoms For Peace – 6.13c



(via At Ease)

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