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October 4, 2023

Yellowjackets: What's The Song At The End Of Season 2 Episode 2?

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Radiohead — who gained fame with their Buzz Bin-worthy song “Creep” — is a band that needs little introduction. But if you ask any Radiohead fan how they feel about “Climbing up the Walls,” you’ll get a hundred different answers. Far Out Magazine named it one of the band’s 10 sexiest songs, while RedEye’s Song of The Day blog from the Chicago Tribune proclaimed it one of their most frightening. Its distant, airy, creepy atmosphere definitely does a perfect job of underscoring the desperation, devotion, disgust, and fear inherent in the final moments of “Edible Complex.” And this doesn’t mark the first time it’s shown up in a television series; the song also underscores a pivotal scene in Season 4 of “Peaky Blinders.”

Thom York, Radiohead’s lead singer and co-songwriter, simplified all of the debate as to what “Climbing Up the Walls” means in a 1997 Vox Magazine interview where he explains the origin point behind every single song on their iconic “OK Computer” album. “Some people can’t sleep with the curtains open in case they see the eyes they imagine in their heads every night burning through the glass. Lots of people have panic buttons fitted in their bedrooms so they can reach over and set the alarm off without disturbing the intruder. This song is about the cupboard monster,” he said. That makes the song’s usage doubly fitting; for Shauna Shipman, Jackie Taylor really did become the monster in the cabin’s cupboard. It goes to show how “Yellowjackets” has mastered its use of music to highlight the themes of each episode. But even though Jackie’s been done away with, she’s likely to keep on haunting the show.

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