Lakeshore Records will release the official soundtrack album for the romantic comedy Destination Wedding. The album features the film’s original music composed by William Ross (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, My Dog Skip, Ladder 49, Tin Cup, The Tale of Despereaux). The soundtrack will be released digitally next Friday, August 24 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Destination Wedding is written and directed by Victor Levin and stars Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves. The movie revolves around two miserable and unpleasant wedding guests who develop a mutual affection in spite of themselves. The comedy will be released in select U.S. theaters on August 31 and on VOD the following week. Visit the official movie website for more details.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Photosynthesis (2:00)
2. Destination Wedding (0:49)
3. Adjoining Rooms (1:04)
4. Gazebo (1:27)
5. Ciribiribin (1:56)
6. Arriving Home (2:32)
7. Down the Aisle (2:39)
8. Fun and Games (1:29)
9. Love Shuttle (1:43)
10. Afterlife Part 1 (3:56)
11. Afterlife Part 2 (3:46)
12. All the Drinks (0:53)
13. Heading to the Airport (1:00)
14. Frank Snoring (3:50)
15. Taking a Walk (2:13)
16. Just Lucky (1:13)
17. Toblerone (1:09)

  1. Antonie says:

    Hi there is a song – Party will be rocking with the beats im dropping, that is played during the wedding rehearsal. Im not able to find teh track anywhere, could you help what is the name of the track? Thanks.

  2. Moran Rightman says:


    While they are watching TV there is a song playing from it, some thing like “I never meant to hurt you, I never meant to break your heart” and I can’t seem to find it anywhere by the lyrics, can you please shere its name?


  3. Norma says:

    Start Again by Harlin James & Paul Lewis & Jeffery Anderson

  4. Dafydd ap Gwilym says:

    Wow and even more Wow!
    This has the makings of a classic. The story line, the setting, the scenes, especially the easy move through the film accompanied by a score that just weaved itself throughout the film, like the dialogue and gave it a very classy feel without the usual bullshit. Who cares if we guessed the perhaps, inevitable outcome, but hey! Who gives a shit?!
    To us it is already a classic! When you consider only two people have lines (apart from the grumblings of a mountain line, lynx or cheetah, throughout yet it just flows beautifully.
    Keanu’s character is stiff, but verbally fluent as is Wynona’s, but her expressions and looks are brilliant. Even when copulating (being polite okay!) on the side of a hill the interaction and reactions of less face it both of them are brill!
    The music, that guitar man! X