Marvel Music and Hollywood Records have released the first track from the soundtrack for Marvel Studios’ Disney+ series Loki. Available to stream/download now on all major digital music platforms (including Amazon) is the end titles cue TVA written by the show’s composer Natalie Holt (Journey’s End, Herself, KnightfallDeadwater Fell, Press). Listen to the full track after the jump. A full soundtrack album, Loki: Chapter One (Episodes 1-3) is set to be released on July 2 and a second album, Loki: Chapter Two (Episodes 4-6) will be coming out on July 23. Loki is developed for television by Michael Waldron, directed by Kate Herron and stars Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sophia Di Martino, Wunmi Mosaku and Richard E. Grant. The first episode of the series, which features the God of Mischief as he steps out of his brother’s shadow, premiered this past Wednesday and five more episodes will debut every the next couple of weeks on Disney+.

  1. Znuh says:

    Natalie Holt coming out of seemingly nowhere with guns blazing and both barrels firing. Her work on the music for Loki is nothing short of a renaissance of Electronic Music.

    Just got home, plugged in the good DAC, popped on the AKGs & had a good listen to “TVA”. I’m in tears. Shades of Wendy Carlos, Vangelis, Beethoven, all dovetailing around so much new. Cannot wait to hear the full soundtrack. Seriously, 0.57 in, niagara falls. How can something be so hauntingly beautiful. And the way the colors rush forward!! Wrapping around the theremin, awash in gold, orange and purple. All the while staring at this endless kaleidoscopic expanse. Breathtaking.

  2. JackS says:

    Fantastic soundtrack!

  3. Sounds of violence says:

    Lindsey Stirling. Anti gravity