Thom Yorke scores remake of cult-classic horror flim

September 10, 2018
New Noise At Nine

Add "original film score" to the long list of accomplishments of Radiohead's Thom Yorke. He scored a remake of the 70's cult horror flick Suspirium and it sounds cool.  Very Thom Yorke-ish (if that's can be used as an adjective). John Hiatt has an unmistakable voice to compliment his unmistakable song lyrics. His latest, "Cry To Me", is sure to be on the set lists at his City Winery XRT Shows. Thank you for supporting WXRT by listening to the radio station and connecting with all of us. Spread the love and support the artists on XRT by purchasing their music from a local, independant, or family-owned music store whenever you can. Let me know what you’re listening to that’s blowing your mind. Connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram - my handle on all three is RyanArnoldRocks - or drop me an email.

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