Jackson Greenberg (Cartel Land, City of Ghosts, AKA Jane Roe, Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On) will release a soundtrack album for the documentary Maybe Next Year. The album features the composer’s original score, as well as the song What I Owe performed by Teddy Grossman. The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, November 10 and will be available to stream/download on Amazon, Apple Music and other digital music stores. A vinyl edition is set to come out in early 2021 and is available to order here. Maybe Next Year is directed by Kyle Thrash and tells the story of the Philadelphia Eagles and their improbable Super Bowl winning 2017 season from the perspective of their most die-hard fans. The documentary premiered at last year’s Philadelphia International Film Festival and will be released tomorrow on VOD, Blu-ray and DVD.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. City of Brotherly Love (3:31)
2. Week 1 (1:11)
3. Week 2 (1:04)
4. Champions of the First Half (1:43)
5. They’re for Real (2:15)
6. Down Goes Wentz (1:33)
7. The Underdogs (Atlanta) (4:07)
8. Our Time (1:51)
9. 38-7 (3:03)
10. Green City (2:00)
11. The Morning Of (2:09)
12. The Philly Special (2:42)
13. Halftime (1:46)
14. The Strip (2:53)
15. The Game Is Over (2:45)
16. What I Owe – Teddy Grossman (4:14)
17. Fly Eagles Fly (End Credits) (2:46)