Atoms for Peace Plan Surprise Show in L.A.

Location and ticket information yet to be revealed

Thom Yorke of Atoms For Peace performs in Paris, France.
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June 14, 2013 9:10 AM ET

Atoms for Peace will tune up their live show with a surprise performance today in Los Angeles, Consequence of Sound reports. The band has been rehearsing in the studio for an upcoming tour, which starts July 6th in Paris and continues on and off through November, with a handful of U.S. dates scheduled, including performances at Barclays Center in Brooklyn in September and Austin's ACL Festival in October.

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Ticket information and the location of today's show have yet to be revealed, but the Silverlake Conservatory will be raffling 10 pairs of tickets to the show. Additionally, the L.A. radio station KROQ will be giving away tickets. 

Thom Yorke, Flea, Nigel Godrich and Joey Waronker are expected to play songs off the band's debut album, Amok, as well as material from Yorke's 2006 solo album, The Eraser.

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