Thom Yorke Remixes Radiohead's "Creep" for UNDERCOVER FW21 Runway

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke soundtracked Jun Takahashi‘s UNDERCOVER Fall/Winter 21 runway show with an eerie rendition of the band’s hit song “Creep.”

As heard in the stream of the runway show, the new mix is a solo approach from Yorke that hears his vocals slowed down and slightly off-beat. To add to its sinister atmosphere, the frontman fuses loud and high-pitched synths as he enters the second verse, extending the original four-minute track to almost 10 whole minutes.

The UNDERCOVER FW21 collection sees the long-running Japanese brand join forces with the famed Evangelion anime,  along with new angles of its forthcoming Nike Dunk collaboration. “It is the hope we have for what lies ahead of our daily worries and anxieties,” Takahashi said in a statement about the collection. “It is a worldview created for those individuals in the today’s society that live each and every day with constant conflicting emotions. It’s a different perspective from that of clothing design, but it would be an honor to have you feel and understand this.”

Watch the UNDERCOVER FW21 runway show on the UNDERCOVER site and skip to 7:30 for Thom Yorke’s “Creep” mix.

Elsewhere in music, The Weeknd released the original version of his House of Balloons mixtape on streaming services for the first time.
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