Yorke released his Suspiria soundtrack on Friday (October 26) – a sprawling 25-track album that accompanies director Luca Guadagnino’s remake of the seminal 1977 Dario Argento horror movie.
Tracks from the soundtrack are also included in the mix as well as a previously unheard Thom Yorke solo track. You can listen to the mix over on BBC 6Music.
Meanwhile, the Radiohead frontman teased a new solo album, hailing it as “different to anything” he’s done before.
Speaking in a new interview with Elmundo, the musician talks of his plans for 2019.
“I didn’t have the wish to make politically charged music, but everything I do goes that way anyways”, he explains. “I’m trying to finish a record with Nigel [Godrich] and it’s going that way. It’s something that’s always there.”
Speaking of how the album sounds, Yorke says: “It’s very electronic, but different to anything I’ve done till now. The method has been the opposite of depending on computers. It’s a weird process by which we made a song in the studio, we break it after that, we rebuild it with a live mix and it comes out different again, and that’s what we record.
“We’ve improvised with a lot of sounds and effects. It has been a very weird way to make a record, which is very exciting.” Asked whether he’s gotten bored of computers, Yorke replied: “I always get bored.”