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Radiohead's Philip Selway composes score for upcoming film "Let Me Go"

Bella Union Drummer Philip Selway is the latest Radiohead member to enter the world of film scoring. The musician composed and recorded the soundtrack to the upcoming film Let Me Go, and you can listen to the title track now via SoundCloud.

Let Me Go is based on the true story of Helga Schneider, whose mother abandoned her in 1941 when she was just four years old. The film picks up in the year 2000, when Helga learns that her mother is near death, and she and her granddaughter travel to Austria and are confronted with dark family secrets. It'll hit theaters in the U.K. September 15.

The Let Me Go soundtrack will be released digitally on September 15, and will be available on physical formats October 27.

Selway's Radiohead band mate Jonny Greenwood composed the scores for the Paul Thomas Anderson films There Will Be Blood, The Master and Inherent Vice.

Additionally, frontman Thom Yorke is recording music for a remake of Italian horror icon Dario Argento's 1977 cult classic Suspiria.

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