Atoms For Peace Stream Full Album Online- Radiohead Red Hot Chili Peppers Supergroup

What’s better than Thom Yorke and Nigel Goodrich from Radiohead going off on their own to release a new album? Well that would be adding Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers to the mix. Atoms for Peace are streaming their long waited album online, you can listen to it below and then you can pull the trigger and purchase it in one form or another here.

The album is streamed by our friends at the Grunge Report.

Upon a quick first listen, it’s very enjoyable. I hesitate to give any real review because for one, I’ve only listened a very little bit and for two, Thom Yorke’s music has a way of needing to settle.

The feel after listening to most of the tracks though is that it’s a lot like his solo album The Eraser released in 2006.

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