Atoms For Peace, that project featuring Radiohead's Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea and percussionists Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco could be described thusly. As Yorke told Rolling Stone earlier this year: "One of the things we were most excited about was ending up with a record where you weren't quite sure where the human starts and the machine ends."
Thom Yorke just wants to dance; that's the only reason they're making music.
Exhibit A: The new video for Ingenue, a cut off Atoms For Peace record Amok. Picking up from where all those B&W GIFs of Thom Yorke doing the pop-and-lock left off (so, Radiohead's Lotus Flower video), the singer joins dancer Fukiko Takase in busting various moves -- many of which have already been captured for your Tumblr needs.
Wayne McGregor, who also directed the movement for Radiohead's Lotus Flower video, choreographed the piece.
Watch Ingenue below. Remix it with the Harlem Shake at your leisure. Amok is out now.
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