Silva Screen Records has announced a soundtrack album for the BBC natural history series The Green Planet. The album features selections of the show’s original music composed by Benji Merrison (SAS: Red Notice, General Magic, The Beatles and India) & Will Slater (Dynasties). The soundtrack will be released digitally on Friday, April 22 and will be available to stream/download on all major digital music services, including Amazon. The Green Planet narrated by David Attenborough and executive produced by Michael Gunton takes place across five worlds – tropical, water, seasonal, desert and human and shows these worlds from a plant’s eye view. The 5-parter treats plants as protagonists and follows their story at their own pace, whilst they strive to reproduce, communicate, and survive. The series premiered in the UK earlier this year on BBC One and will debut in the U.S. on June 5 on PBS.

Here’s the track list of the album:

Disc 1:

1. Green Planet Title
Tropical Worlds:
2. Hyperlapse
3. Change is Coming
4. Race For Light
5. Phosphorescent Forest
6. Formation of Rain
7. Ancient Rainforest
8. Kinkajoo
9. Skygardens
10. Rafflesia
11. Dipterocarps
12. Fine White Threads
13. Invaders of the Forest
14. Seven Hour Flower
15. Reconnecting Fragments
Water Worlds:
16. Arriving in their Thousands
17. Emerald Kingdom
18. Pantanal
19. Plant Nemesis
20. Rapidly Growing Leaf
21. Change in the Weather
22. Ever Deeper Water
23. Share of the Sun
24. Cano Cristales
25. Waterworld in the Sky
26. Bladderwort
27. Blood Red Tentacles
28. Quarter of a Million
29. Many Precious Seeds
30. Coast of Formentera
31. Seagrass

Disc 2:

Desert Worlds:
1. Deserts Title
2. Once in a Decade
3. Masters of Disguise
4. Stone Plant
5. Perfect Deception
6. Signals and Veins
7. Cholla Buds
8. Inhospitable Island
9. Baobabs
10. Saguaro Strategy
11. Fragmentation
Seasonal Worlds:
12. Hero Seed
13. Sugar Maples
14. Little Solar Panels
15. Lurking in the Shadows
16. Catching the Scent
17. Hammer Orchid
18. Temperatures Rise
19. Fire Lilies
20. Lifting Them Higher
21. Seasonal Forest Floors
22. More Vulnerable Than Ever
23. Changing Climate
Human Worlds:
24. Weeds
25. Anchor Points
26. Meghalaya
27. Ancestral Grasses
28. Living Bridges
29. Agricultural Spectacle
30. Cloud Forest
31. Almond Flowers
32. Finding a Balance
33. Returning The Land
34. A Greener Planet