Atoms for Peace, the new side project featuring Radiohead's Thom Yorke and producer Nigel Godrich, are gearing up for next week's release of their debut record with a series of album-launch appearances. The first took place last night in London at Oval Space.

Yorke and Godrich performed a 12-song DJ set that turned into a full concert, with Yorke singing and playing guitar at times. The show included songs from Atoms for Peace's upcoming album, 'Amok,' as well as tracks from Yorke's 2006 solo album 'The Eraser,' which planted the seeds for the side project.

You can watch 30 minutes of Yorke and Godrich below. Here's last night's set list:

Ingenue
Black Swan
Stuck Together Pieces
Dropped
The Eraser
Amok
Before Your Very Eyes
S.A.D.
Atoms for Peace
Unless
Reverse Running
Default

Earlier this week, Yorke and Godrich took part in an online Reddit AMA, where they talked about everything from Radiohead to Jack White to Yorke's freaky 'Lotus Flower' dance. But they mostly focused on 'Amok,' which comes out on Tuesday and features the Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea on bass. The album is now streaming on Atoms' website.

Yorke and Godrich have two more performances scheduled: in Berlin on March 8 and in New York on March 14. Atoms for Peace also have a few festival appearances lined up this summer.

Watch Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich Perform at Oval Space