"I think our problem is essentially that every awards ceremony in the UK stinks"—Thom Yorke https://t.co/Ppvm9w6leL— Pitchfork (@pitchfork) January 9, 2019
OP’s dumbass problematic fave, Thom Yorke, who composed the score for Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria is not showing up to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame because he’s bougie and attending the Paris Philharmonic even though that event is nine days after the Hall of Fame ceremony in New York. (See? Bougie.) His score was not shortlisted for the Academy Awards, but the song “Suspirium” was shortlisted by the Academy for Best Original Song. Yorke, who has often shirked awards in the past does hope that he gets an Oscar nomination due to working on the score for a year and a half.
Some unreleased songs for Yorke’s Suspiria score will be released on limited edition vinyl that quickly sold out and OP will be forever upset that she missed out. However some copies will be available in some select record stores. Yorke recently wrapped up his solo tour in December.
A B-side to Radiohead’s 2016 album A Moon Shaped Pool, “Ill Wind” was released today on all major streaming services and available to download.
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