The latest rehearsal clip sees the supergroup getting to grips with their theme tune.

Taken from Thom Yorke’s 2006 solo debut The Eraser, ‘Atoms For Peace’ is a typical of that album’s sparse and prickly electronica.

Busy rehearsing for their live dates next month, Atoms For Peace – which includes Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich – have been posting a string of clips from the sessions, including the Thom Yorke and UNKLE track ‘Rabbit In Your Headlights’.

The latest is notable not only for Thom’s voice, which sounds on very fine form, but the weirdness of watching Flea pick out the delicate bass line on a Paul McCartney Höfner 500/1. He’s still got his shirt off, though.

They also revealed a quick snippet of ‘The Clock’, another track from The Eraser – watch it below.

Last week Thom debuted a new song called ‘Honey Pot’, which began as a remix of In Rainbows track ‘All I Need’ – listen to a radio rip here. The Atoms For Peace European tour starts in Paris on 6 July before the band hit the US and Japan.



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