Milan Records will release the official soundtrack album for the indie drama Driveways. The album features the film’s original music composed by Jay Wadley (Indignation, Tales of the City, The OA, Adam, Cruise). The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, May 8 and will be available to stream/download here. Driveways is directed by Andrew Ahn and stars Hong Chau, Lucas Jaye, Brian Dennehy and Christine Ebersole. The movie, which has received two Indie Spirit nominations this year for Chau and Hannah Bos’ & Paul Thureen’s screenplay, centers on a lonesome boy who accompanies his mother on a trip to clean out his late aunt’s house, where he ends up forming an unexpected friendship with the retiree who lives next door.The drama premiered at last year’s Berlin Film Festival and is being released on VOD today by FilmRise and will be coming out on Blu-ray and and DVD on May 21.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. On the Road (2:20)
2. Del (1:18)
3. Inside the House (1:32)
4. Cleaning Up (0:43)
5. Mouse Pad (1:43)
6. Can I Borrow a Shovel? (0:57)
7. Pretty Good (0:57)
8. Get Up (0:56)
9. Okay Bye! (1:06)
10. Shopping (1:35)
11. Thanatopsis (1:31)
12. Kathy Goes Out (1:53)
13. Invitation (0:56)
14. Rogers Team (1:02)
15. Wait List (1:30)
16. Hardwood Floors (0:39)
17. Move, Move (1:18)
18. Moving to Seattle (1:19)
19. This One (1:32)
20. Everything is Different (5:18)

  1. Music Lover says:

    I’m looking for the song that played during the credits of the movie. I’m pretty sure it wasn’t by Jay Wadley and it’s NOT on the soundtrack. I’ve encountered this before. When a movie has a soundtrack, they ghost any other music that was in the movie. My searches come up empty and the web seems to think it doesn’t exist.

    I watched the movie on my phone, on an airplane, so couldn’t see the music credit, but would really like to figure out who it was. It was an acoustic folk song with a male singer. Very different from what’s on the soundtrack.

    • Brennanaloha says:

      Song that plays over the Driveways credits is “Growing up” by Run River North.

      Great movie. Great song!