Felix White (of the indie rock band The Maccabees) has released a soundtrack album for the Showtime sports documentary McEnroe. The album features the composer/songwriter/guitarist’s original score from the film and is now available to stream/download here, where you can also check out audio samples. A limited vinyl edition (in different variants) is set to come out next year and is available to order here. McEnroe is directed by Barney Douglas (who previously collaborated with White on 2019’s The Edge) and centers on the four-time US Open champion from New York as he explores his pursuit of perfection, his rockstar lifestyle and painful personal life and shares his losses of mental health and family life to win at all costs. The documentary, which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, opened in UK cinemas earlier this summer and will make its U.S. debut tomorrow, September 2 on Showtime.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. The McEnroe Theme (2:52)
2. People Think They Know Him (Interlude 1) (0:49)
3. Outburst (1:21)
4. A Genius (2:22)
5. Idol (2:16)
6. Wimbledon 1980 (3:44)
7. These Great Champions (1:27)
8. Connection (3:36)
9. I’ve Got A Feeling About You And Me (2:19)
10. Never Let Anyone In (Interlude 2) (0:48)
11. Square One (2:18)
12. Ghost (3:01)
13. The McEnroe Theme Reprise (2:52)
14. Island (3:30)
15. Eighty-Three Percent (4:51)
16. This Word, Love (3:27)