It doesn't matter what it's caged in. Thom Yorke's voice is always a welcome balm. On his first official release with supergroup Atoms for Peace, the Radiohead frontman strings his unmistakable vox through a clockwork jungle of nervous instrumentals. Amok's got more bones than Radiohead's divisive King of Limbs, but it's more complex and cerebral than Yorke's solo effort The Eraser too. And in the continuing spirit of embracing net culture, Yorke has invited fans to share the album on the day of its release with a special embed widget that sends screenshots of wherever it lands back to the visualizer on the Atoms for Peace homepage.
Atoms For Peace – Amok [Album Stream]
6 years ago by Sasha Geffen