Longtime collaborator Stanley Donwood marks Atoms For Peace’s London residency with “an immersive pop-up experience.”
This weekend, Thom Yorke and company will play their first-ever UK gigs at London’s Roundhouse. Across the street at The Enterprise, fans will be able to experience the Atoms For Peace Drawing Room, described as a combination gallery/shot/hang-out space and a “visual wonderland.” Handmade and exclusive vinyl, posters, and “curiosities” will be available, with a silk screen churning out “live printed” materials.
The installation will run from July 24 to July 27 from noon until 8pm. The band’s Roundhouse gigs will be broadcast via new streaming service Soundhalo but probably won’t be streaming on Spotify any time soon.