Remember what you were up to in July of 2010? Atoms for Peace do: They were playing the Fuji Rock festival in Japan, and the Thom Yorke-led group enthralled the crowd with a smattering of new original songs. More than two and a half years later, the Radiohead frontman's band and their label XL have released more footage from the performance. Here, the band plays "Judge, Jury and Executioner," their latest single, and the live drums offer a more expansive, jam-like feel than the eerily insular electronic recording.
But finding the video isn't particularly easy: the band covertly linked the clip through their art-driven website. Scroll around and find the solitary cloaked figure rowing a boat – he holds the secrets, including a video download.
Amok, Atoms for Peace's debut album, is out February 25th.
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This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Atoms for Peace Hide 'Judge, Jury and Executioner' Clip in Website