Lionsgate Records will release a soundtrack album for the comedy drama Miller’s Girl. The album features the film’s original music composed by songwriter Elyssa Samsel (Between the Lines, The Book Thief, Central ParkOlaf’s Frozen Adventure) who has made her feature scoring debut on the project. Also included is Nick Boddington’s cover of Jeff Buckley’s Lover, You Should’ve Come Over. The soundtrack will be released digitally this Friday, January 26 and will be available to stream on Amazon and any other major digital music services. Listen to the first score track and the song below. Miller’s Girl is written and directed by Jade Halley Bartlett and stars Martin Freeman, Jenna Ortega, Dagmara Domińczyk, Gideon Adlon and Bashir Salahuddin. The movie revolves around a talented young writer who embarks on a creative odyssey when her teacher assigns a project that entangles them both in an increasingly complex web. The dramedy premiered at this year’s Palm Springs Film Festival and is being released in theaters nationwide by Lionsgate.

Here’s the album track list:

1. The Ghost of Lovell Hill (3:26)
2. as usual, (0:29)
3. remains dedicated to (0:46)
4. feed on the souls of the dead (0:40)
5. like an equal opportunist. (1:00)
6. It feels tangible (1:31)
7. said the barrister’s daughter, (3:24)
8. have more faith. (0:43)
9. When it suits, (1:07)
10. said the Little Ghost. (0:23)
11. Too lazy (0:39)
12. to ease my suffering (0:23)
13. being charming is (0:36)
14. suddenly consequential. (5:17)
15. That’s Nature, (0:50)
16. for both student and teacher. (2:40)
17. New Words (1:20)
18. like Imitation Crab (6:43)
19. and Vituperation (2:04)
20. identify the line (0:22)
21. where the human remains (0:34)
22. of a madman’s love (0:39)
23. rot. (3:05)
24. Lover, You Should’ve Come Over – Nick Boddington (6:01)