The sublime piano and vocal melodies at the centre of “Unmade” signal the fifth and final song to be released in advance of Thom Yorke’s Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film). “Unmade” follows previous advance offerings “Open Again,” “Volk,” “Has Ended,” and the first piece of music to emerge from the soundtrack, “Suspirium”—described by The New York Times as “sweetly chilling” and Rolling Stone as “peak Yorke, and scary good.”
Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film) will be released tomorrow, October 26 on XL Recordings.
Suspiria… consists of 25 original compositions written by Thom specifically for Luca Guadagnino’s reimagining of the 1977 Dario Argento horror classic. The album is a mix of instrumental score work, interstitial pieces and interludes, and more traditional song structures featuring Thom’s vocals including the new “Unmade” and the previously released “Open Again,” “Has Ended” and “Suspirium,” the latter featuring the melodic theme that recurs throughout the film and its score.
As scoring a horror film presented Thom with altogether new challenges and opportunities, Suspiria stands apart from any of his other work. Piano/vocal ballads, Krautrock-esque modular synth work inspired by the film’s Berlin 1977 setting, multilayered vocals, and melodies that convey terror, longing and melancholy combine to create a chaotic yet cohesive musical spell.
Listen to ‘Unmade’ – BELOW:
Suspiria was written and arranged by Thom Yorke, recorded and produced by Thom and Sam Petts-Davies. The album also features the London Contemporary Orchestra and Choir, Noah Yorke on drums on “Volk” and “Has Ended,” and Pasha Mansurov on solo flute on “Suspirium.”
Suspiria (Music for the Luca Guadagnino Film) will be available across digital platforms, as well as 2-LP gatefold package pink vinyl and 2-CD physical versions.