WATCH: Thom Yorke Gets Intimate for NYC Solo Session

Plus: Yorke’s Suspiria Limited Edition Unreleased Material EP is coming to a streaming service near you.

Thom Yorke comes alive.

The Radiohead frontman has shared an intimate solo session filmed last year at New York’s storied Electric Lady Studios.

The performance also included an interview segment where Yorke delved into his creative process, particularly in regards to the music he composed for the 2018 horror film, Suspiria.

Yorke plays three compositions from Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film), as well as a sparse and acoustic take on Radiohead’s “Bloom,” from the 2011 full-length, The King of Limbs. Watch the performances below.

Yorke is still in a Suspiria state of mind, as it’s also been revealed that additional music from his film score (previously released on limited edition and long sold out vinyl as Suspiria Limited Edition Unreleased Material EP) is now coming to your friendly neighborhood streaming service. February 22, to be exact.

The digital release will consist of the same tracks on the limited vinyl pressing:

Unmade Overtones
Unused Spell
A Conversation With Just Your Eyes
Volk Spin Off V1
Volk Spin Off V2
Volk Spin Off V3


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