Thom Yorke, the lead singer and main songwriter of the alternative rock band Radiohead, has been making music for more than three decades. Even after, Thom still manages to create plenty of new sonically sounding music each time!
Last year Thom Yorke gave music for Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria, making it the first-ever film score project by him. “Suspirium”, the track from Suspira is up for a nomination in the Best Original Song category at the 91st Academy Awards.
This year, Thom is adding a new classical composition titled “Don’t Fear the Light” for Katia & Marielle Labeque, a piano duo from France. According to a statement, the piece for “two pianos, electronics and modular synthesizer are Yorke’s first compositions for classical music artists and concert halls,”
Stereogum points out, along with “Don’t Fear the Light”, Yorke debuted a new solo offering called “Gawpers”. He also played “Suspirium” from his debut film score for Suspiria. This premiere staging took place at the Philharmonie de Paris on Sunday night featuring Thom Yorke alongside piano duo Katia and Marielle Labèque. Watch fan-shot footage below