Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke dropped his 81-minute brainchild for Suspiria (the remake of the 1977 cult-followed supernatural horror movie of the identical title) on Friday (Oct. 26).
Yorke’s double-sided rating comprises contributions from the London Contemporary Orchestra and Choir, flutist Pasha Mansurov, and even his son, Noah, who performed drums for 2 songs.
The 25-song soundtrack, in all its eerie glory, immediately transports listeners to the movie’s haunting 1970s Berlin, Germany setting. The opening instrumental “A Storm That Took Everything” serves as a cautious greeting with creepy violins and faint laughter.
Songs like “Has Ended” additionally enable the album to tackle a gradual, suspenseful rock really feel. “I awakened in a metropolis/ The troopers had come residence/ The eagle, it had landed/ His loud mouth was gone,” Yorke sings.
A assortment of unsettling instrumentals, haunting historically structured songs and suspenseful interludes draw the album towards “The Epilogue," an ear-ringing conclusion that comprises a stable minute of eerie suggestions.
Stream Yorke’s creepy first characteristic movie soundtrack beneath.