Through the collaborative efforts between Director M. Night Shyamalan and Composer Trevor Gureckis (The Goldfinch, Bloodline), the score to “Servant” on Apple TV+ is one of the most unsettling, disturbing and unforgettable horror scores of the year. If you’re already a fan of the series, then you won’t want to miss the soundtrack release on vinyl, coming this summer via Lakeshore Records! Broke Horror Fan announced the forthcoming vinyl release (August 7) and premiered the album art yesterday, but you don’t have to wait to put in your order. Keep reading for more details.
To help establish the spine-tingling atmosphere of Servant, which unfolds in one single location—the Turner household—Shyamalan enlisted the musical talents of composer Trevor Gureckis, fresh off his work on The Goldfinch. – Josh Weiss, Forbes
If you didn’t get a chance to tune in for a special helping of horror and suspense courtesy of M. Night Shyamalan on Thanksgiving Day, then here’s your chance to watch Servant, the Apple TV+ series that critics have called “unsettling” (RoberEbert.com) and “creepy, compulsively watchable fun” (TV Guide). The score by Trevor Gureckis has gotten his fair share of attention for its matching creepy cues. Listen to the unsettling “Father and Child” track now at Forbes. Keep reading to listen to the full album exclusively on Apple Music!
Ahead of the series premiere of Servant, the highly-anticipated series coming to Apple TV+ from M. Night Shyamalan, listen to “Dare Me” by the series composer, Trevor Gureckis exclusively now at io9! The publication also features a cool interview with Trevor who explains how he brought the score to life with the series creator Tony Basgallop and Executive Producer M. Night Shyamalan.
Lakeshore Records will release Servant, Season 1 – Apple TV+ Original Series Soundtrack exclusively on Apple Music on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, the same day of the series premiere. Keep reading for pre-add links and more album details.
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— Servant (@Servant) November 27, 2019