Published Aug 17, 2018Earlier this week, we heard Ethan Hawke's rendition of a Conor Oberst demo called "LAX," and now the full soundtrack from Juliet, Naked has arrived.
In addition to the Oberst song, there are original cuts penned by Ryan Adams and Robyn Hitchcock. The former wrote "20th Call of the Day," while the latter wrote "Sunday Never Comes." Both are covered by Hawke for the film, though demo versions — sung by Adams and Hitchcock — also appear on the album. The Oberst-sung demo for "LAX" is included as well.
There also a couple of tracks by Nathan Larson, as well as a cut from M. Ward's latest album What a Wonderful Industry.
The soundtrack is officially out today, and you can stream the whole thing below.
The Jesse Peretz-directed film also hits theatres today.