The first song from the Thom Yorke-orchestrated score of Luca Guadagnino’s reboot of Suspiria is finally released. “Suspirium” is quite beautiful and an excellent sample of the soundtrack. The soundtrack for the original Suspiria helped the movie develop a cult following. Director Dario Argento had 1970’s progressive rock band Goblin score the film, resulting in what’s arguably one of the best horror movie soundtracks of all time.
Yorke also announced the first chance for a few lucky fans to hear the album. The listening events will take place within the next week in New York, London, São Paulo, Amsterdam, Milan, Madrid, Mexico City, and Tokyo. Fans can enter their information here before 4 p.m. BST (11 a.m. EDT) this Thursday (Sept. 6). Attendees will be chosen at random and notified of their selection by Friday.
Other information: “If you are invited, you will need to show photographic identification at the event that matches the name you enter with. All playbacks will take place in the evening.” Also: “The playback is open to those aged 14 and over. If you are under 18 you must bring a parent or guardian who must be over the age of 18.”
Suspiria hits theaters everywhere Nov. 2.