I love Thom Yorke's new Suspiria soundtrack, but sometimes you just want to hear his voice without having to listen to a 25-track, mostly-instrumental, horror movie score. I know you feel my pain, so here's a handy 6-track Spotify playlist of just the songs the Radiohead frontman sings on, an idea Andrew Sacher proposed back before Halloween when he wrote our full album review:

...The “song” type tracks are really strong, and they aren’t like much of anything he’s written recently. Words like “dark” and “haunting” unsurprisingly describe most of them, but they aren’t overtly spooky and they’ll still sound great once the Halloween season ends. (If anything, these sound more like cold, mid-winter songs to me than Halloween songs.) There are minimal piano ballads like “Suspirium” and “Unmade,” the warped psychedelia of “Has Ended,” the airy, very Yorke-ian art rock of “Open Again,” songs I don’t even know how to describe like “The Universe Is Indifferent,” and still more. You could make a really strong Thom Yorke EP by putting all the most pop-oriented songs in a playlist...

The EP tracks would be "Suspirium," "Has Ended," "Open Again," "Unmade," "The Universe is Indifferent," and "Suspirium Finale," and now we have our playlist. Enjoy...

Thom is going on a solo tour in November with Oliver Coates.