24 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This duo’s heroic, orchestral indie rock was made for big feelings and big moments. Layered with choirs and gusty chords, the soundtrack is magical, harrowing, and gorgeous. Part musical and part internal monologue, it channels the surging energy of Arcade Fire and Band of Horses while recharging the role of a movie score.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This duo’s heroic, orchestral indie rock was made for big feelings and big moments. Layered with choirs and gusty chords, the soundtrack is magical, harrowing, and gorgeous. Part musical and part internal monologue, it channels the surging energy of Arcade Fire and Band of Horses while recharging the role of a movie score.

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Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

Cousman ,

Best Soundtrack Ever

Best movie I've ever seen, with one of the most inventive and amazing soundtracks in cinematic history

lafillequisourit ,

A soundtrack for life

If you enjoy having existential life moments, you will really enjoy this soundtrack. I'm assuming everyone reading this has seen the movie (if not you have to, it's brilliant). The way that the voices harmonize is just magically and at times, very unnerving. It makes me reflect on life in the best of ways. Daniel Radcliffe and Paul Dano do a great job of bringing Daniels' movie to life (and death). Andy Hull and Robert McDowell have given us an astonishingly complex A Capella score, in a very unique way. I bought this 48 hours and haven't listened to anything else.

Manuel Lardizabal ,

Fantastic Score

This is a score that truly has a body and soul of its own. Nothing will ever sound more human that the human voice itself! The best film score I ever heard! Ever!