“The upbeat song brightens the wistful multigenerational saga” – Forbes
If you’ve been watching the sweep drama, Pachinko on Apple TV+, then you should be familiar with the opening title sequence in which the cast is dancing exuberantly to The Grass Roots’ cover of the classic song, “Let’s Live For Today.” For the season finale, a pop pansori version of the song performed by LEENALCHI plays instead, and you can hear the full version now on all digital music services via Lakeshore Records! Links below.
LEENALCHI’s cover of “Let’s Live For Today” originally premiered at Forbes in which producer Soo Hugh explains her choice for placing this version of the song in the season final. “I wanted this to be a celebration of Korean resilience and pride. And in thinking of who could do a cover of a song we all loved so much, the only ones who I knew could do it was Leenalchi.” Read the full story at Forbes.
For Earth Day 2022, we take our cue from this year’s theme, “Invest In Our Planet.” We shine the spotlight on five films which touch on different aspects of this theme to help us understand the world we live in with fresh eyes. Are we taking our planet for granted? Do we have time to fix our climate crisis? These are just some questions the films explore.
To accompany the films are five soundtracks which express the magnitude, the majesty and the urgency one may feel when contemplating the film’s topics. Watch the film trailers and listen to the soundtracks below.
The Guest 2 Original Soundtrack is a soundtrack to an imagined sequel—a film that does not exist. 2014’s The Guest, directed by Adam Wingard, written by Simon Barrett, and starring Dan Stevens as “David,” tells the story of a kind soldier who befriends a grieving family. After a series of mysterious deaths, the teen family members discover the soldier who seems so warm and caring is actually an unstoppable killing machine. For the imagined sequel, Wingard sketched-out story details and enlisted 11 bands to tell the story through the medium of music. Through a wide range of song styles and tones—coupled with very specific song titles and a stunning album cover illustration—we learn what became of David, Anna, Brendan and Major Carver after the events of The Guest. View full album details below.
“This DLC accentuates its fantasy action and story with a soundtrack that many have fallen in love with, and listening to the OST outside Dawn of Ragnarok can be a good way to carry a piece of the game everywhere.” – GameRant
Fans of the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök soundtrack have been waiting for this: Lakeshore Records in partnership with Ubisoft are set to release a 2xLP gatefold jacket vinyl edition of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök—Original Game Soundtrack featuring music by Los Angeles-based composer Stephanie Economou (Jupiter’s Legacy, The Chair) which also includes the three-song companion EP, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök Blood Fire Tears—Original Game Soundtrack, with music by Norwegian musician Einar Selvik.
An advance pre-order of the vinyl is up now at the Lakeshore Records webshop. View the album track list and pre-order link below.
The sultry songs by R&B artist Saleka from Servant: Season 3 has been compiled into an EP to delight fans! Heard in the Apple TV+ Original Series and now released on Lakeshore Records, the 4-track EP is available now globally on all major digital music services such as Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon and Deezer! The EP also includes the hypnotic Season 2 single, “The Sky Cries.” See the full track list and listening links below.
Stream all episodes of M. Night Shyamalan’s psychological thriller, Servant, now only on Apple TV+.