Thom Yorke has debuted the outtakes from his Suspiria soundtrack, after recording his debut film score for Luca Guadagnino’s remake of the cult horror.
While the original soundtrack emerged last year, the Radiohead frontman has released a limited edition 12-inch vinyl that features unheard tracks from the movie’s recording sessions.
Included in the new collection of tracks is the previously unheard ‘Unused Spell’, which is joined by ‘A Conversation With Just Your Eyes’ and ‘The7th7th7th7thSon’. As well as the unheard tracks, the new 12″ also includes three different takes on ‘Volk’ and a new version of ‘Unmade’ – which has been re-titled ‘Unmade Overtones.’
You can listen to the new offering in full below.
Away from Suspiria, Yorke recently revealed that he’s also creating a “politically-charged” album that’s set for release later this year.
“I didn’t have the wish to make politically charged music, but everything I do goes that way anyways”, he explained.
“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.”