While Atoms for Peace ’s debut album, Amok, won’t be in stores until Tuesday, you now have the chance to preview the songs online. The band -- a side project of Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke that includes bassist Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers -- is currently offering a stream of the entire album, which features nine new tracks, at their official website .
Fans who pre-order Amok now on iTunes will receive an immediate download of a track from the album, “Judge Jury and Executioner.” In addition, the band is offering up a free video download of a live version of the song, which was performed at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival in 2010. In order to get the footage, you’ll need to enter the band’s website, scroll to the far right and click on a dark figure in a rowboat next to The Times building.
In other Yorke news, the singer has revealed that Radiohead has begun working on new material for their next album. During a Reddit Ask Me Anything session on Monday, Yorke responded to fans asking about new Radiohead songs by announcing that guys have “two unfinished tracks” they expect to include on their ninth studio album, “one of which is ‘Identikit’.”
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