The details of the score album for Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho have been announced. The album features the film’s original music composed by Academy Award winner Steven Price (Gravity, Our Planet, Fury, Suicide Squad, Over the Moon, Baby Driver, The World’s End, The Aeronauts). Also included is Anya Taylor-Joy’s performance of Downtown as it appears in the movie, as well a two extended versions produced by Price and featuring an orchestra recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London (already available as a digital single now). The soundtrack will be released digitally next Friday, October 29 by Back Lot Music (visit Amazon or any other major digital music services to stream/download). A vinyl edition will be available from Mondo. The labels will also be releasing a separate soundtrack featuring the songs from the movie this Friday. Last Night in Soho is written and directed by Wright and stars Taylor-Joy, Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie, Matt Smith,Terence Stamp, Diana Rigg, Rita Tushingham, Michael Ajao and Synnøve Karlsen. The thriller premiered at this year’s Venice Film Festival and will be released in theaters nationwide on October 29 by Focus Features..

Here’s the album track list:

1. Downtown (Downtempo) – Anya Taylor-Joy
2. Neon
3. The Beginning
4. When I Feel More at Home
5. I’m With You to the End
6. You Look Familiar to Me
7. You Know You’re Not Asleep
8. Handsy
9. You Know Where to Find Me
10. No Male Visitors
11. Just Come in Dearie
12. (There’s) Always Something There to Remind Me (Soho Version) – Sandie Shaw & Steven Price
13. A Vision from the Past
14. Feel Free to Run a Mile
15. Leave Me Alone
16. You Tell Her I Said Hello
17. Hopes and Dreams
18. Little Liar
19. You’re My World (Soho Version) – Anya Taylor-Joy & Steven Price
20. Help
21. You Have to Let Me Go
22. Downtown (Soho Version) – Anya Taylor-Joy

  1. JackS says:

    This cover is just awesome!!

    • Enrico says:

      Yes, finally an incredible nice cover, not that bad fake special effect…Oh my God…

  2. gustavo king says:

    best cover art i’ve seen in decades. will definitely find me a lithograph of it.