Thom Yorke released his soundtrack for the re-make of horror film ‘Suspiria’ on Friday (26th October), and over the weekend he stopped by Maida Vale studios to perform tracks from it for BBC Radio 6 Music.
The Radiohead frontman played ‘Open Again’, ‘Suspirium’ and ‘Unmade’ from the album, as well as chatting to Mary Anne Hobbs about the making of the soundtrack.
In addition to the performances and chat, Thom also composed a new 60-minute mix for the show of his favourite atmospheric music, including tracks by James Blake and Faust.
He also shared a previously unreleased track of his own called ‘Suspiria Solo Glass Harmonica’.
Listen to the mix in full here, and watch the performances and interview and view the singer’s upcoming US solo tour dates below.
23 Philadelphia, Electric Factory
24 Boston, Wang Theatre
26 Brooklyn, Kings Theatre
27 Brooklyn, Kings Theatre
30 Washington, Kennedy Center
01 Cleveland, Keybank State Theatre
02 Detroit, Masonic Temple Cathedral Theatre
04 Chicago, Chicago Theatre
05 Milwaukee, Riverside Theatre
06 Minneapolis, Northrop at University of Minnesota
08 St Louis, Stifel Theatre
09 Kansas City, Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
11 Denver, Paramount Theatre
13 Salt Lake City, The Union
15 San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
17 San Diego, The Observatory
19 Los Angeles, The Orpheum
20 Los Angeles, The Orpheum
22 Las Vegas, The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan
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