Long Distance has released a soundtrack album for the French-Canadian family adventure The Wolf and the Lion (Le loup et le lion). The album features the film’s original music composed by Armand Amar (The ConcertMia and the White Lion, A Bag of Marbles, The SourceThe History of LoveBelle & Sebastian). The soundtrack is now available to stream/download on all major digital music services, including Amazon. Listen to the title track after the jump. The Wolf and the Lion is directed by Gilles de Maistre and stars Molly Kunz, Graham Greene and Charlie Carrick. The movie tells the story of a young woman who decides to go back to her childhood home in the heart of the majestic Canadian forest, where forges an inseparable bond with a wolf and a lion, but their world soon collapses as the forest ranger discovers the animals and takes them away. The StudioCanal production was released in French theaters last month and has just been picked up by Blue Fox Entertainment for a domestic release in 2022.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Orphan (0:49)
2. Fly Away (2:24)
3. To Reminisce (1:29)
4. Legacy (1:50)
5. Trapped (3:01)
6. Fallen from the Sky (0:40)
7. The Rescue of the Wolf (1:24)
8. The Encounter (feat. Hugo Gonzales Pioli) (2:22)
9. That’s the Real Thing (with Mathieu Coupat) (2:30)
10. Liying (feat. Hugo Gonzales Pioli) (0:43)
11. Two Friends (with Anne Sophie Versnaeyen) (2:01)
12. Playing Around (0:45)
13. Capture (0:51)
14. Looking for the Mother Wolf (1:59)
15. Good Night (0:52)
16. Our Tale Is Still Untold (feat. Anne Sophie Versnaeyen) (2:17)
17. Dreamer and Mozart (1:49)
18. Alma Is Hurt (3:58)
19. Drugged (1:25)
20. Circus (feat. Anne Sophie Versnaeyen) (1:10)
21. The Escape of the Wolf (1:41)
22. Together Again (2:53)
23. Freedom (0:55)
24. The Argument (feat. Anne Sophie Versnaeyen) (1:19)
25. Breaking the Ice (1:54)
26. Panic in the Supermarket (with Hugo Gonzales Pioli) (1:52)
27. Hunt (2:24)
28. A New Ally (1:13)
29. Finding the Wolf (1:12)
30. Alma’s Speech (1:49)
31. The Wolf and the Lion (feat. Anne Sophie Versnaeyen) (2:36)