Paul Thomas Anderson's long-awaited new film inherent vice has finally been screened for the press (early reviews are raving), and with it came confirmation that the film features a never before released Radiohead song playing over the credits. Per the credits, the song is called "Spooks." Studious Radioheas fans will note that "Spooks" is a song the band's been playing live since 2006, perhaps a product of their In Rainbows sessions. It's been described by critics who saw the film as a surf-rock instrumental that nicely fits into the movie's hazy 1960s aesthetic.
We can't wait to hear it, but for now check out a video of Radiohead playing "Spooks" live: