‘Girl’ Soundtrack Released

Posted: November 20, 2020 by filmmusicreporter in Film Music Albums
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A soundtrack album has been released for the thriller Girl. The album features the film’s original score composed by Dillon Baldassero (Black Cop, American Hangman, Mary Goes Round). The soundtrack is now available to stream/download on Apple Music/iTunes. A separate soundtrack EP featuring three songs from the movie by Joshua Stephen Huot is available to stream/download hereGirl is written and directed by Chad Faust and stars Bella Thorne, Mickey Rourke, Faust himself, Lanette Ware, Glen Gould and Elizabeth Saunders. The movie follows a young woman as she heads back to her hometown, intent on exacting revenge on her abusive father, only to discover someone beat her to it, and soon finds herself prey to a sinister sheriff and his wicked brother. The thriller, which premiered at this year’s Fantastic Fest, is being released in select theaters today by Screen Media Films and will debut on VOD on Tuesday, November 24.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Girl (3:31)
2. Strangers and Stragglers (1:19)
3. On the Tracks (1:11)
4. Last Words (3:03)
5. To the Sheriff (1:06)
6. In Chains (1:13)
7. Outrunning (1:53)
8. Dead Girl Walking (1:33)
9. Burning Ties (1:29)
10. Hunters and Killers (2:19)
11. Second Chances (1:56)
12. Bloodlines Cut Deep (2:52)
13. Remuneration (1:32)
14. On My Own (1:33)
15. A New Life (1:41)

  1. What is the ending credits song of the movie “Girl” with Bella Thorne?

    • Greg says:

      The Pines by Joshua Stephen Huot

    • Jenn B says:

      The song is “The Pines” by Joshua Stephen Huot. I had a hard time finding it too.

    • Brad says:

      Sounded like Ledbetter: where did you sleep last night. Also done by Nirvana

      • Clark says:

        It is the song by lead Belly famously covered by nirvana. Was looking for this rendition though.

  2. Anthony says:

    Same question as Edward. What is the song at the end of the movie as the credits start to roll? It is not on the movie sound track

  3. Desmond Howard says:

    What’s the name of the song, playing in the background when she’s in that bar where she pulled the axe on ol boy?