Disney Releases Andor Original Soundtrack

Disney today is releasing the Star Wars: Andor original score on streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and more.

If you can’t get enough of the incredible new live-action series from the Star Wars franchise, Andor, you’re in luck. Disney today is releasing the digital soundtrack from Lucasfilm’s hit series.

The Andor: Volume 1 (episodes 1-4) (Original Score) is a digital album that features scores that are composed and produced by three-time Oscar®-nominated and Emmy®-winning composer Nicholas Britell and is available here. You can listen to the full album on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Pandora, deezer, Tidal, or download it from the iTunes Store.

After enjoying the first Andor digital album, it will be followed up by Andor: Volume 2 (Original Score) digital album, available on November 4, and Andor: Volume 3 (Original Score), set for release on December 2. “Andor” is streaming exclusively on Disney Plus.

Star Wars: Andor

For those who haven’t seen it yet, the “Andor” series explores a new perspective from the Star Wars galaxy, focusing on Cassian Andor’s (Diego Luna) journey to discover the difference he can make. The series brings forward the tale of the burgeoning rebellion against the Empire and how people and planets became involved. It’s an era filled with danger, deception, and intrigue where Cassian will embark on the path that is destined to turn him into a rebel hero. The original live-action series is created by Tony Gilroy and executive produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Tony Gilroy, Sanne Wohlenberg, Diego Luna, and Michelle Rejwan.

Disney dropped the final trailer for Star Wars: Andor in September, which you can view below:

Nicholas Britell (Score Composer) notes his excitement about the project, saying, “I feel incredibly grateful to Tony Gilroy and Lucasfilm for giving me this opportunity and entrusting me with creating the score for “Andor.” Working with Tony on this epic series has been profoundly inspiring. Having grown up as a huge fan of the Star Wars galaxy, it’s been a thrilling and actually quite emotional experience to become a part of this universe. I’ve tried to create a musical landscape that feels authentic and integral to the story. Tony and I explored every nuance – from crafting the on-camera music, to creating the ever-evolving score, to imagining each episode’s unique variations on the theme. I am truly excited to be releasing this Volume 1 of the original music to “Andor,” representing the soundtrack from Episodes 1 thru 4. More to come!”

Andor: Volume 1 (Episodes 1-4) Original Score Tracklisting:

  1. Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 1
  2. WE BEGIN (Time Grappler)
  3. Niamos! (Morlana Club Mix)
  4. Morlana Drop
  5. Pre-Mor Shakedown
  6. B2
  7. Rix Road
  8. Bix Caleen
  9. Kenari Council
  10. Bix Has a Secret
  11. Kenari Male Wanted for Questioning
  12. The Cassian Way
  13. Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 2
  14. End of Day
  15. Who Else Knows?
  16. Luthen Rael
  17. The Kenari War Cry
  18. The Night Before
  19. Pilgrim
  20. Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 3
  21. Mirror
  22. Corpos
  23. In Their House / Who Are You?
  24. The Reckoning
  25. Past / Present Suite
  26. Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 4
  27. I Came for You
  28. ISB
  29. Blue Kyber
  30. Where’s My Starpath Unit?
  31. Luthen of Coruscant
  32. Syril Suite
  33. Mon Mothma
  34. END OF DAY (Time Grappler)

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