Paul Thomas Anderson has released the soundtrack for his new film, Licorice Pizza.
The coming-of-age flick boasts a pretty stacked soundtrack. The songs channel the ’70s SoCal vibes of the movie, with tracks from Sonny & Cher, David Bowie, and more. On the soundtrack, there’s a brand new track from none other than Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood.
Jonny Greenwood’s aptly titled “Licorice Pizza” marks the fifth time that he’s contributed to a Paul Thomas Anderson soundtrack. The Licorice Pizza soundtrack also boasts tracks like The Doors’ “Peace Frog,” Nina Simone’s “July Tree,” and many more.
Check out the Licorice Pizza soundtrack below.
Licorice Pizza is set to star HAIM’s Alana Haim as Alana Kane and Cooper Hoffman as Gary Valentine. Alongside the pair, the cast boasts big names like Sean Penn, Bradley Cooper, Maya Rudolph, Tom Waits, and Benny Safdie. The forthcoming flick is a coming-of-age movie set in the 70s. Revisit the trailer for the film here.
Greenwood has been quite busy working on a slew of scores and soundtracks. In addition to the Licorice Pizza soundtrack, he worked on the scores for The Power Of The Dog and Spencer.
The Power Of The Dog is ane Campion’s new Netflix Western. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst, the movie is in limited release. Spencer, on the other hand, is Pablo Larraín’s new Princess Diana biopic. The film stars Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana during a Christmas weekend in the ’90s when she was questioning her choice in marrying Prince Charles.
“Diana decided her marriage to Prince Charles wasn’t working and that she needed to veer from a path that put her in line to one day be queen,” Deadline reveals of the script, which is written by Steven Knight.