Drawn to its ‘feminine collective energy,’ Thom Yorke takes the ‘Suspiria’ score to dark places

When you need an original soundtrack to a reimagined supernatural horror classic haunted by themes of witchcraft, Holocaust guilt and cheating death, set in the Berlin autumn of 1977 and featuring a second-act narrative titled “Palaces of Tears,” who are you going to call? Thom Yorke, of course. …

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Drawn to its ‘feminine collective energy,’ Thom Yorke takes the ‘Suspiria’ score to dark places

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