After a hearty five singles, Thom Yorke has finally released his album accompanying Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake. The album is Yorke’s first foray into film scoring, and it features both instrumental and vocal performances from the Radiohead singer. Yorke drew inspiration from the film’s ‘70s Berlin setting, incorporating Krautrock-esque modular synth work into the mix with haunted piano ballads and terrifying melodic themes.
With song titles like “A Storm That Took Everything,” “Sabbath Incantation,” and “Voiceless Terror,” the album is sure to serve both as a proper hype-builder for the Guadagnino film, which is now in theaters, as well as a righteously terrifying and tender standalone listen itself.
Check it out here and decide for yourself. You’ll find a 1995 Radiohead performance from the Paste archives down below.