Select performances by Thom Yorke will be included on a new album called Pathway to Paris Live, the December concert that saw him premiere two previously unheard songs – including one from Radiohead's A Moon Shaped Pool.

Proceeds from Pathway to Paris Live, which will be released digitally on Wednesday (July 27), benefit and the United Nations Development Program. Pathway to Paris was also a benefit, this time in the effort to fight climate change. Also featured on the forthcoming concert recording are fellow performers Patti Smith, Flea, Jessie Paris Smith and others.

Yorke played a mix of solo, Radiohead and Atoms for Peace material on guitar and piano at Pathway to Paris, beginning both new songs: the appropriately themed "Silent Spring" and then "Desert Island Disk," which later arrived in a full-band arrangement on May 8 with the release of Radiohead's first new studio album since 2011's The King of Limbs. At one point during his stripped-down take on "Desert Island Disk," Yorke hesitated before saying, "this is Jonny's bit" – a clear reference to Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood's role in their studio edition of the song.

Over the course of the night, Yorke also offered a pair of tracks off his 2006 solo album The Eraser, "Default" from Atoms of Peace's 2013 project Amok and "Bloom" from King of Limbs. Other highlights included "The Present Tense," a still-unreleased song that's been part of both his solo and Atoms for Peace setlists. After his his set, Yorke jammed with his Atoms for Peace bandmate Flea, Smith and others.

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