Thom Yorke has announced a string of exclusive listening parties for his forthcoming Suspiria soundtrack record.

Events in London, New York, Paris, São Paulo, Amsterdam, Milan, Madrid, Mexico City, and Tokyo will take place next Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday

Yorke has also recently detailed his score for Luca Guadagnino’s horror remake of and announced the first track, ‘Suspirium’. While attendance this year’s Venice Film Festival where the film was premiered, Yorke participated in a discussion to talk about his work composing his debut score. “There’s a way of repeating in music which can hypnotize, and I kept thinking to myself it was a form of making spells,” he said.

“So when I was working in my studio, I was making spells—and that sounds really stupid but that’s how I was thinking about it.

“It was a sort of freedom I’d not had before: I’m not working in the format of a song or arrangement, I’m just exploring. I’m putting things out into my studio and seeing what my studio is bringing back.”

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Disc 1:
01 A Storm That Took Everything
02 The Hooks
03 Suspirium
04 Belongings Thrown In A River
05 Has Ended
06 Klemperer Walks
07 Open Again
08 Sabbath Incantation
09 The Inevitable Pull
10 Olga’s Destruction (Volk tape)
11 The Conjuring of Anke
12 A Light Green
13 Unmade
14 The Jumps

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