Mondo, in partnership with Back Lot Music Wright, are proud to present the premiere physical release of Steven Price's electrifying score to LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, the latest film by Edgar Wright. Edgar Wright wanted a score to soundtrack the two eras of Last Night in Soho and tie together the stories of these two very different young women. To achieve this, Wright turned once again to his now-regular composer, Academy Awardr winner Steven Price, who successfully scored both Baby Driver and The World's End. While Price's influences for the score included contemporary film music by the likes of Ennio Morricone and John Barry, a "'60s session band" sound with echoing fragments of dialogue add a different and sometimes subliminally sinister edge to the score. The sounds of '60s Soho blend into the present-day London scenes as Eloise is sucked further into the past. "The idea is that Sandie's voice becomes part of the film, so you hear her siren song from the '60s coming through, and Anya became an intrinsic part of it... I was pleased that the lead actress is also the lead singer in the film score; the whole thing knitted together." The album also features songs performed by Anya Taylor-Joy, including the lead single from the film 'Downtown (Downtempo Version)
Mondo, in partnership with Back Lot Music Wright, are proud to present the premiere physical release of Steven Price's electrifying score to LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, the latest film by Edgar Wright. Edgar Wright wanted a score to soundtrack the two eras of Last Night in Soho and tie together the stories of these two very different young women. To achieve this, Wright turned once again to his now-regular composer, Academy Awardr winner Steven Price, who successfully scored both Baby Driver and The World's End. While Price's influences for the score included contemporary film music by the likes of Ennio Morricone and John Barry, a "'60s session band" sound with echoing fragments of dialogue add a different and sometimes subliminally sinister edge to the score. The sounds of '60s Soho blend into the present-day London scenes as Eloise is sucked further into the past. "The idea is that Sandie's voice becomes part of the film, so you hear her siren song from the '60s coming through, and Anya became an intrinsic part of it... I was pleased that the lead actress is also the lead singer in the film score; the whole thing knitted together." The album also features songs performed by Anya Taylor-Joy, including the lead single from the film 'Downtown (Downtempo Version)
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MONDO
Rel. Date: 12/10/2021
UPC: 810041487131

Last Night In Soho Score [180 Gram]
Artist: Steven Price (Ogv)
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $47.98
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1. Downtown (Downtempo) - Anya Taylor-Joy
2. Neon
3. The Beginning
4. When I Feel More at Home
5. I'm with You to the End
6. You Look Familiar to Me
7. You Know You're Not Asleep
8. Handsy
9. You Know Where to Find Me
10. No Male Visitors
11. Just Come in Dearie
12. (There's) Always Something There to Remind Me (Soho Version)
13. A Vision from the Past
14. Feel Free to Run a Mile
15. Leave Me Alone
16. You Tell Her I Said Hello
17. Hopes and Dreams
18. Little Liar
19. You're My World (Soho Version) - Anya Taylor-Joy ; Steven Price
20. Help
21. You Have to Let Me Go
22. Downtown (Soho Version) - Anya Taylor-Joy

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Mondo, in partnership with Back Lot Music Wright, are proud to present the premiere physical release of Steven Price's electrifying score to LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, the latest film by Edgar Wright. Edgar Wright wanted a score to soundtrack the two eras of Last Night in Soho and tie together the stories of these two very different young women. To achieve this, Wright turned once again to his now-regular composer, Academy Awardr winner Steven Price, who successfully scored both Baby Driver and The World's End. While Price's influences for the score included contemporary film music by the likes of Ennio Morricone and John Barry, a "'60s session band" sound with echoing fragments of dialogue add a different and sometimes subliminally sinister edge to the score. The sounds of '60s Soho blend into the present-day London scenes as Eloise is sucked further into the past. "The idea is that Sandie's voice becomes part of the film, so you hear her siren song from the '60s coming through, and Anya became an intrinsic part of it... I was pleased that the lead actress is also the lead singer in the film score; the whole thing knitted together." The album also features songs performed by Anya Taylor-Joy, including the lead single from the film 'Downtown (Downtempo Version)