Atoms For Peace Announce More Tour Dates



Thom Yorke’s other band Atoms For Peace have announced more tour dates in Europe to support their debut album AMOK.  Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday March 8th, and pre-sale tickets will be available March 6th (9am UK time) via W.A.S.T.E.

Atoms For Peace Tour Dates:

July 6th: France – Paris Zenith
July  9th: Belgium – Antwerp Lotto Arena
July 10th: Germany – Munich Zenith
July 12th: Slovakia – Pohada Festival
July 13th: Serbia – Exit Festival
July  16th: Italy – Rome: Rock in Roma @ Ippodromo delle Capannelle
July 17th: Italy –  Milan: City Sound Festival @ Ippodromo del Galoppo
July  21st: Germany – Berlin Melt Festival
July  24th: UK – London Roundhouse
July  25th: UK – London Roundhouse
July  26th: UK – London Roundhouse


For a complete list of Atoms For Peace tour dates click here.

  • Hey Josh, just wanted to share this video on the site. I stumbled across this video of the Earth while listening to “Separator” and had a mini “Darkside of OZ” moment. So I edited them both together, and voi-LA! May the force be with you…

    • To follow up with a more recent video: Here is the track “AMOK” alongside an animation from elsewhere on the interwebs. Enjoy! Thanks for keeping this site going Josh…been following since the beginning! I scoured both ‘The Universal Sigh’ AND the Newspaper album along with many of your first followers here…keep it goin. Cheers!

  • Everyday50

    *Sings ‘IVE GOT TICKETS, IVE GOT TICKETS, IVE GOT TICKETS…’ whilst Thom Yorke dancing round the room
    This will be the longest 140 days of my life!

  • Shaun

    3 London shows, whats wrong with the rest of the UK?! Some of us poor students cant afford trains, tickets, hotels and the like!
    Hope your keeping well josh cheers for keeping the site going!

    • Thanks Shaun,

      I hope they come to Florida myself, but feel it’s unlikely. I know what you mean, hopefully they announce more UK dates. I think they’ll just play the big cities here (NYC, LA, Chicago) and I don’t want to pay $500-$1,000 to travel and go to a show.

  • Goldie


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