At a recent concert in Los Angeles, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke reunited his supergroup Atoms For Peace. Flea and Joey Waronker joined Yorke and his current tour mate Nigel Goldrich for a performance of “Atoms For Peace”.

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The December 19 show at The Orpheum in Los Angeles is part of Yorke’s US tour with producer Nigel Goldrich. The show also features visuals from frequent collaborator Tarik Barri. The tour features music from Thom Yorke’s solo releases including The Eraser and Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, as well as music from Atoms For Peace’s album AMOK.

Flea and Waronker joined the duo on stage for one song, “Atoms For Peace” off Yorke’s 2006 album Eraser. Check out footage below.

Watch: Thom Yorke w/ Flea & Joey Waronker – Atoms for Peace Live

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Atoms For Peace released their only album back in 2013. This year saw Radiohead embark on a massive US tour and Yorke releasing his soundtrack for the film Suspiria. The latter saw his track “Suspirium” make the shortlist for Best Original Song at this year’s Oscars.

Thom Yorke also looks set to release a new solo album next year, it would be his first since 2014’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes. Last year the singer released a new track “I Am A Very Rude Person“.

Watch: Thom Yorke – “The Eraser”

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