Atoms For Peace announce three London shows

Atoms For Peace have announced three London shows as part of their European tour. The band will play three consecutive nights at London's Roundhouse at the end of July. The band, led by Thom Yorke, have already announced three festival dates – Pohada in Slovakia, Exit in Serbia and Melt in Germany. In addition to the London shows, they will play two festivals, both in Italy: Rock In Roma and the (Milan) City sound festival, along side shows in Paris, Belgium and Germany.

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Atoms For Peace have announced three London shows as part of their European tour.

The band will play three consecutive nights at London’s Roundhouse at the end of July.

The band, led by Thom Yorke, have already announced three festival dates – Pohada in Slovakia, Exit in Serbia and Melt in Germany.

In addition to the London shows, they will play two festivals, both in Italy: Rock In Roma and the (Milan) City sound festival, along side shows in Paris, Belgium and Germany.

Atoms For Peace’s debut album, Amok, debuted at No 5 on the UK charts this weekend.

July 6, France – Paris Zenith

9, Belgium – Antwerp Lotto Arena

10, Germany – Munich Zenith

12, Slovakia – Pohada Festival

13, Serbia – Exit Festival

16, Italy – Rome: Rock in Roma @ Ippodromo delle Capannelle

17, Italy – Milan: City Sound Festival @ Ippodromo del Galoppo

21, Germany – Berlin Melt Festival

24, UK – London Roundhouse

25, UK – London Roundhouse

26, UK – London Roundhouse

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