Fans who click around Atoms for Peace’s official website will be able to score a free video download from the band
Atoms for Peace — the eclectic side project bringing together Radiohead singer Thom Yorke, Red Hot Chili Peppers bass player Flea, Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, percussionist Mauro Refosco and drummer Joey Waronker — have something cool tucked away on their official website.
The group has hidden a free video download of their live performance of “Judge Jury and Executioner,” which they played the Fuji Rock Festival in Japan in 2010. Here’s the deal: To snag the clip, simply head to the website, scroll to the right side of the page and click the dim character on the rowboat near the Times building. After clicking, you’ll be able to download the video. Of course, you can also check out the video on YouTube.
Atoms for Peace’s debut full-length album, “Amok,” is set to reach stores and online outlets on Feb. 26. In the meantime, the studio recording of “Judge Jury and Executioner” is available up at iTunes. Those who are fans of vinyl will be able to pick up “Judge Jury and Executioner” on 12-inch vinyl, plus a special non-album B-side called “S.A.D,” on March 19.
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