Thom Yorke Reveals Radiohead's Unused 'Bond' Theme

Thom Yorke Reveals Radiohead's Unused 'Bond' Theme
Thom Yorke took to Twitter today (December 25) to give Radiohead fans a Christmas present in the form of some new music. Interestingly, the track is an unused song for this past fall's James Bond film, Spectre. The song, also titled "Spectre," has now materialized and can be streamed and downloaded for free.

Yorke explained that Radiohead had been approached to pen a tune for the film, but for whatever reason it didn't come out the way they had planned.
  Sam Smith, of course, ended up taking the gig with his "Writing's on the Wall," but Radiohead's offering is a head-swirling piece full of grandiose strings, piano melodies, and drummer Phil Selway's jazzy, soft touch swing. Yorke's familiar falsetto runs above it all, offering a narrative rich on rumours, suspicion, held kisses, and bullet holes.

You can hear Radiohead's "Spectre" down below.

While the band recently confirmed that they had entered the recording studio a few months back to work on material, an ETA for the follow-up to 2011's The King of Limbs has yet to be announced.