If the Internet has proven anything, it's that there is no such thing as too much of Thom Yorke dancing, and this new video for Atoms for Peace's "Ingenue" has plenty of just that – times two! The simple clip for the track from the supergroup's just-released debut LP, Amok, finds the Radiohead frontman trading moves with a doppleganger of sorts (they rock the same suit and ponytail, at any rate). After stepping in sync to the subtle, glitchy number, the two collapse to the floor together, then bounce back up to lay down some classic Yorke flails and shimmies.This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Thom Yorke Cuts Loose in 'Ingenue'
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