Atomic Tom is a rock band from Brooklyn, New York. In January 2010 the band signed to Universal Republic Records. The band gained popularity after they performed their single “Take Me Out” on four iPhones on the New York City subway B train. The fictional premise of the video is that the band’s instruments have been stolen and that they improvised using their iPhones. The band’s first public album, “The Moment,” debuted on iTunes, Amazon, and all virtual stores on July 27, 2010. The physical copy became available in stores in November 2010. The band’s debut EP, “Anthems For The Disillusioned,” was released in 2005 and contained five songs. In 2007 the band released their single “You Always Get What You Want”. The single included B-Side “Play That Dirty Girl”. In January 2011, “Take Me Out” reached #22 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. In February 2011 the band recorded a music video for the 80′s nostalgia film “Take Me Home Tonight,” starring Topher Grace, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler and Teresa Palmer, which was released in March 2011.
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