The Our Planet Netflix soundtrack sounds absolutely incredible, so here are five amazing facts about it you simply have to know.
David Attenborough’s new documentary nature series reaches Netflix on Friday, April 5th, 2019.
The same team that brought us the fantastic Blue Planet and Planet Earth.
This latest effort was filmed over four years and across fifty different countries. It also boasts a phenomenal soundtrack. Let’s explore it…
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Our Planet Netflix Soundtrack: Composer
The soundtrack was composed by Steven Price.
He won an Academy Award for his work on the sci-fi film Gravity in 2014, starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.
His work will appear across all eight episodes.
Who performed it?
Price’s compositions were performed by the Philharmonia Orchestra.
This was carried out at Abbey Road Studios in London.
Our Planet Netflix Soundtrack: Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding performed an original song for the series. It’s called “In This Together”.
She was approached by Price specifically. The pop star has long established her passion for environmental concern and has helped strive for change.
Our Planet Netflix Soundtrack: Release
The Our Planet Netflix soundtrack will be available to buy on both CD and vinyl.
Also, there will be eight digital albums available to stream, one for each episode.
These will be released on the same day as the series, Friday, April 5th, 2019.
Now, here’s the best part!
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How great is this!?
The CD will come in eco-friendly seaweed packaging.
This will be the first ever release to do such a thing. A potential game-changer.
Who knows, perhaps this innovation will become the norm. All for the greater good.
OUR PLANET AND SOUNDTRACK WILL ARRIVE FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH, 2019.
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