Thom Yorke’s soundtrack for Luca Guadagnino’s horror film Suspiria will be out tomorrow. Ahead of its release, Yorke has shared one last track from it, “Unmade.” The hauntingly beautiful piano ballad follows “Volk,” “Open Again,” “Has Ended” and “Suspirium.” The film, which is remake of the 1977 film of the same name by Dario Argento, will be in theatres on Nov. 2.
In other Yorke news, an interview has emerged today with Spanish publication El Mundo, in which he details his next solo album. “I didn’t have any desire to make very political music, but everything I do tends to go that way anyway,” he tells El Mundo. “I’m trying to finish up a record with [producer] Nigel [Godrich], and it’s going in that direction. It’s something that’s always there.”
“It’s very electronic, but it’s different from what I’ve done until now,” continues Yorke. “The method has been the opposite of depending upon the computer. It’s a strange process in which we construct a song in the studio, break it apart, we reconstruct it with a live mix and it turns out completely differently, and that’s when we record. We have improvised many sounds and effects. It has been a very strange way of making a record, which is very exciting.” The record is said to be out in 2019.
Listen to “Unmade” below.
"Open Again" is the fourth of 25 tracks on Yorke's first feature film soundtrack
"Volk" is a creepy instrumental that follows the previously shared "Suspirium" and "Has Ended"
The Radiohead lead singer scores his first feature film Suspiria and gives us our first look with piano ballad “Suspirium.”