Thom Yorke has revealed plans to release some previously unheard material from his Suspiria score on limited edition vinyl.

The record marked a score debut for Yorke, comprising the soundtrack for Luca Guadagnino’s horror remake which starred the likes of Tilda Swinton, Dakota Johnson, and Chloë Grace Moretz and Jessica Harper.

While attending 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 hypnotise, 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.”

Having seen album song ‘Suspirium’ nominated for an Oscar, Yorke has decided to put out some more unheard material from the record. The Radiohead man has confirmed that in excess of 25 tracks were left out from the final press.

Some of those 25 songs will come out on vinyl on February 22nd but it is strictly limited to 1500 copies.

Side A: 
Unmade Overtones
Unused Spell
A Conversation With Just Your Eyes

Side B:
The7th7th7th7thSon
Volk Spin Off V1
Volk Spin Off V2
Volk Spin Off V3

Radiohead's Thom Yorke to release unheard Suspiria songs on vinyl

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