Thom Yorke has shown off some new Atoms For Peace tracks while appearing for a DJ set with his long-time producer Nigel Godrich at LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art. He dropped in several previously unheard tracks from the supergroup, which is made up of Yorke and Godrich, along with Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco, who have popped up before as backing artists for Yorke’s solo live shows.
The band have played a few shows before, with setlists comprising of The Eraser material, and a smattering of Radiohead numbers as well. These new tracks are the first to be heard by the public.
Atoms For Peace debut album is expected to come out later on this year. It’s not known whether all or any tracks will end up on it, but it’s safe to say that they will.