By Ray Pride

Thom Yorke On His First Score, For Suspiria

“’You and Whose Army?’ was in Incendies, which had me in tears, it was so good. When it works, it’s the coolest feeling. I think my all-time favorite film now is Children of Men. They use a little tiny bit of ‘Life in a Glass House’ during the Michael Caine sequence. I love the film so much, and then the fact that our music is in it is like ‘Wow, fucking hell!'”
Thom Yorke On His First Score, For Suspiria

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