split splitBack Lot Music will release the official soundtrack album for M. Night Shyamalan’s thriller Split. The album features the film’s original music composed by West Dylan Thordson (FoxcatcherJoy, The Jinx). The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow and is now available to download on Amazon, where you can also listen to audio clips. Split is written and directed by Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs) and stars James McAvoy, Anya Taylor-Joy, Betty Buckley, Jessica Sula and Haley Lu Richardson. The movie revolves around a man who endures a major loss and becomes compelled to abduct three teenage girls. The Blumhouse production is being released this weekend by Universal Pictures. Visit the official movie website to learn more about the film.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Opening (1:33)
2. What’s Wrong With Barry? (2:52)
3. Dr. Fletcher In Philadelphia (1:35)
4. A Way Out (3:01)
5. Dr. Fletcher and the World (2:00)
6. What Are You Up To, Dennis? (1:14)
7. Casey Tells the Truth (1:40)
8. Somebody Save Us (2:00)
9. Last Rites (3:20)
10. I Know You Want To Tell Me Something (2:33)
11. There Are Things That Are Hard To Believe (3:07)
12. I’m Really Sad You Feel This Way (2:52)
13. Arrival (2:08)
14. Meeting the Others (3:38)
15. The Beast Is On the Move (3:09)
16. Dr. Fletcher’s Death (1:42)
17. Casey Meets the Beast (4:19)
18. Kevin Wendell Crumb (2:41)
19. The Standoff (3:24)
20. The Rise of the Beast (3:38)
21. Rejoice (3:18)
22. The Beast (Bonus Track) (3:50)

  1. Carlos says:

    James Newton Howard’s scores for Shyamalan were among the best things of those movies. Even for flops like The Village or The Last Airbender, Howard’s contributions were outstanding. Now that he’s solely doing low budget films, that probably can’t afford to pay Howard’s fee, I’ve lost any interest on the movies this guy does.

    • Paul Martin says:

      From what I hear, Split is a return to form for Shyamalan. I agree that James Newton Howard was an incredible asset, and elevated his movies to a different level. That said, I’m looking forward to seeing Split, and based on what I have heard, you might want to as well.