Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke will make his debut as a film-score composer when Suspiria, a remake of Dario Argento’s 1978 horror movie of the same name, comes to theaters on November 2, and today Yorke has shared another preview of his work with new single “Has Ended.”

The new track features a laid-back, acoustic drum-set beat, with punchy bass interjections and Yorke’s resonant vocals and harmonies floating above, plus some underlying electronic drones to fill out the sound on what promises to be a companion to an unsettling film.

Watch the new video for “Has Ended” below, along with previously released single “Suspirium.” Yorke’s Suspiria soundtrack will be available October 26 via XL. He will head out on a run of US tour dates this fall, kicking off November 23 in Philadelphia. See Yorke’s schedule below.



Suspiria Soundtrack Tracklist:

1. “A Storm That Took Everything”
2. “The Hooks”
3. “Suspirium”
4. “Belongings Thrown In A River”
5. “Has Ended”
6. “Klemperer Walks”
7. “Open Again”
8. “Sabbath Incantation”
9. “The Inevitable Pull”
10. “Olga’s Destruction”
11. “The Conjuring Of Anke”
12. “A Light Green”
13. “Unmade”
14. “The Jumps”
15. “Volk”
16. “The Universe Is Indifferent”
17. “The Balance Of Things”
18. “A Soft Hand Across Your Face”
19. “Suspirium Finale”
20. “A Choir Of One”
21. “Synthesizer Speaks”
22. “The Room Of Compartments”
23. “An Audition”
24. “Voiceless Terror”
25. “The Epilogue”


Thome Yorke Tour Dates

all dates with special guest Oliver Coates

November 23 Philadelphia, PA—Electric Factory
November 24 Boston, MA—Wang Theatre-Boch Center
November 26 Brooklyn, NY—Kings Theatre
November 27 Brooklyn, NY—Kings Theatre
November 30 Washington, DC—JFK Center for the Performing Arts
December 1 Cleveland, OH—Keybank State Theatre
December 2 Detroit, MI—Masonic Temple Cathedral Theatre
December 4 Chicago, IL—Chicago Theatre
December 5 Milwaukee, WI—Riverside Theater
December 6 Minneapolis, MN—Northrop at the University of Minnesota
December 8 St. Louis, MO—Stifel Theatre
December 9 Kansas City, MO—Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
December 11 Denver, CO—Paramount Theatre
December 13 Salt Lake City, UT—The Union
December 15 San Francisco, CA—Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
December 17 San Diego, CA—The Observatory, North Park
December 19 Los Angeles, CA—Orpheum Theatre
December 20 Los Angeles, CA—Orpheum Theatre
December 22 Las Vegas, NV—The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan