Thom Yorke records 18-day soundtrack to Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood’s exhibit – hear preview

The 'Panic Office' exhibit is on display in Sydney, Australia until June 6

Thom Yorke has recorded an 18-day soundtrack to a new art exhibition by Radiohead visual artist Stanley Donwood.

Donwood, who has been designing Radiohead’s artwork since ‘The Bends’, launched the showcase on Thursday (May 21) at Carriageworks in Sydney, Australia. The exhibit, which spans 25 years’ worth of work, is titled The Panic Room and runs until June 6.

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Yorke’s ambient soundtrack, ‘Subterranea’, features 18 days’ worth of original material, according to a press release quoted by Triple J. There are no plans for an official release, but the soundtrack is audible in a preview here.

Donwood Tweeted the following pictures from inside The Panic Office, which includes artwork for Radiohead, Thom Yorke and Atoms For Peace.

Meanwhile, Thom Yorke’s face has reportedly been used on the cover of a book in Iran about sexual and marital problems and a billboard advertising medication in Russia.

Radiohead are thought to have begun recording their new album last autumn.