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Published on Mar 1, 2018
The orbital motion of the solar system's terrestrial planets are converted into musical pitches and rhythms and in an impressive and depressive cosmic coincidence, it appears that they're attempting to play True Love Waits, Radiohead's saddest song (rcharlie.com/post/fitter-happier/). To help them out, we enlist singer-songwriter Thom Gill to cover the vocals and choose real asteroids that naturally provide the required bass notes. The entire swarming asteroid belt produces the deep drone that begins and ends this gloomy cosmic dance.
More info at system-sounds.com/true-love-waits
Created by Matt Russo, Dan Tamayo, and Andrew Santaguida Vocals by Thom Gill isthisthomas.bandcamp.com Vocals visualized with the Tennant Music Visualizer johnmatthewtennant.com Simulation performed with REBOUND rebound.readthedocs.io True Love Waits written by Radiohead.
Created with the support of the IAU's Office of Astronomy for Development and the Ontario Arts Council.