Thom Yorke Releases 'Suspiria Unreleased Material' EP

Yorke’s has more ominous tones to share.

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Following the premiere of Suspiria and its subsequent soundtrack, the newly acquainted film composer Thom Yorke has released a new project showcasing all the tracks that didn’t make the album called Suspiria Unreleased Material EP.

Although the EP is available to listen across all streaming services, it will have a limited vinyl run as well. Previous singles released in anticipation of the soundtrack, like “Suspirium” and “Has Ended,” have a soundscape that has carried over into the new EP, especially the project’s opening track “Unmade Overtones.”

Stream Thom Yorke’s Suspiria Limited Edition Unreleased Material EP below.

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