Thom Yorke and band Atoms for Peace confirm pre-Coachella tour
Flea, Mauro Refosco, Joey Waronker and Nigel Godrich backing Radiohead frontman's solo stint
Previously billed as the quixotic Thom Yorke????, the new group is now called Atoms for Peace and features Flea, Mauro Refosco, Joey Waronker and Nigel Godrich. Before the April 18 fest appearance, Yorke and Atoms for Peace are heading to New York, Boston, Chicago, Oakland and Santa Barbara, with Flying Lotus supporting up through Oakland.
April 5 & 6 New York Roseland Ballroom
April 8 Boston Citi Wang Theatre
April 10 & 11 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
April 14 & 15 Oakland Fox Theatre
April 17 Santa Barbara Bowl
April 18 Coachella
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