'Judge, Jury And Executioner': Atoms For Peace Track Recalls Radiohead, Again (VIDEO)

01/08/2013 11:22 am ET

Radiohead's Thom Yorke and the Red Hot Chili Peppers' released a new Atoms for Peace song Tuesday, and it certainly fits the formula they've established thus far.

"Judge, Jury and Executioner" comes to us from their upcoming debut album, "Amok," and sounds like a Radiohead song. Taken with "Default," an earlier track, this new single strongly suggests that the Atoms for Peace is a sonic extension of Radiohead. It's as though Flea really wanted to be in Radiohead and Yorke said "no way" but then felt bad and decided to compromise.

Take a listen above. The band recently announced the tracklist for the project, which is available below.

  1. "Before Your Very Eyes..."
  2. "Default"
  3. "Ingenue"
  4. "Dropped"
  5. "Unless"
  6. "Stuck Together Pieces"
  7. "Judge, Jury and Executioner"
  8. "Reverse Running"
  9. "Amok"

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