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Atoms for Peace is all set to perform live after the release of their debut album ‘AMOK’. The five-member band will be performing songs from their first studio record which recently came out. A promotion tour has been announced, Atoms for Peace tickets for which are selling like hot cakes.
The experimental rock group consists of Thom Yorke as the lead vocalist, also a former member of the rock band Radiohead. The bassist Flea of Red Hot Chilli Peppers is also a member of the band, along with Joey Waronker, Nigel Godrich and Mauro Refosco. All the members bring with them years of experience, which shows in their live performances. Atoms for Peace first performed live in 2009 in Los Angeles, where they rocked the stage with songs from Yorke’s solo album. They followed the live performance with two more at the Orpheum Theatre. They toured the US during this time for two straight weeks and opened for Flying Lotus. They later appeared in the Coachella Festival in 2010.
The band came up with the song ‘Judge, Jury and Executioner’ and performed it live in a concert at the Roseland Ballroom. They had previously performed the song at various events in Los Angeles where they received positive reviews. They then performed at the Fuji Rock Festival in 2010 which was received well by the audience. Atoms for Peace released a single titled ‘Default’ on iTunes in 2012 which is also included in their studio album. They made an official Atoms for Peace website shortly after the song release to keep their fans up to date and share their live performances. Atoms for Peace then signed a contract with XL Recordings and they released the album ‘AMOK’ in 2013. They are all set to headline the Melt Festival and Pohoda Festival this year. Both the festivals will see the band perform outside of the US. The video of the song ‘Ingenue’ was released recently which features dance artist Fukiki Takase. The band is all set to tour start its tour from July.
The name of the band comes from the speech delivered by US President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1953 and a song from Yorke’s album ‘The Eraser’. The band’s sound is inspired by Afrobeat and they base their lyrics and compositions on it. ‘AMOK’ was produced by Nigel Godrich and featured some ingenious songs. The album uses a lot of electronic music and effects that only digital instruments can produce. Vocalist Yorke can be heard mixing his vocals with the electronic sounds in perfect harmony as he has done before in ‘The Eraser’.
The single ‘Default’ represents the creativity of the band. They have performed the song with the heavy use of synthesizers but still everything seems to be in perfect balance. The skilful drum arrangement is like an adrenaline shot and keeps the listener entertained from the start to end. Atoms for Peace don’t rely only on electronic effects however. ‘Ingenue’ is full of guitar rhythms and patterns that seem very organic and pleasant to the ear. Yorke showcases the power of his vocals in the song ‘Stuck Together Pieces’ without any sound effects. Atoms for Peace have managed to mix guitar with electronic music to perfection. Nothing is too loud and nothing is too soft. Lovers of guitar will be richly entertained by furious guitar riffing and captivating guitar solos that are all professionally arranged.
Atoms for Peace has been performing live since 2009 and are quite successful so far. Their new album has raised their fan following and they will keep performing live. Purchase Atoms for Peace tickets to watch the ingenious band perform their best songs live in front of a full capacity crowd.