The Old Guard Soundtrack: Every Song In Netflix’s Movie

The Old Guard Soundtrack: Every Song In Netflix’s Movie

Now flowing on Netflix, The Old Guard comes with a soundtrack full of moody battle songs. There’s isn’t one mainstream anthem, but rather an assortment of atmospheric electro compositions. On the film’s benefit, the audio does not reevaluate the sequences.

Directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood, The Old Guard revolves around a group of warriors with supernatural skills. They have been included in numerous historical events over the course of 1,000 decades, or even more, and are led by Andromache of Scythia a.k.a. Andy (Charlize Theron).  After 200 decades of functioning separately, The Old Guard recognizes a U.S. Marine, Nile Freeman (KiKi Layne), was restored after being killed in action. The team immerses her, and takes off to assist the soldier. The Old Guard co-stars Matthias Schoenaerts, Marwan Kenzari, along with Luca Marinelli. The movie is based on the novel by Greg Rucka and Leandro Fernández.

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The Old Guard’s score was composed by Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann) along with Dustin O’Halloran. In general, the soundtrack does not pop like other action movies, but rather feels much more organic and smooth, much like how the characters operate. Here’s every song in The Old Guard.

“Born Alone, Die Alone” – Madalen Duke

“Keep This Between Us” – Krtas Nssa

“Godspeed” – Frank Ocean

“Put You On” – Kierra Love

“Say Your Prayers” – Blithe

“Nobody Know” – Chaii

“The World We’ve Made” – Ruelle

“Silence” – Marshmello feat. Khalid

“Going Down Fighting” – Andrea Wasse x Phlotilla

“Cruel World” – Active Child

“Baby Outlaw” – Elle King

The Old Guard kicks off with”Born Alone, Die Alone” as Andy’s voiceover narration reveals that she’s”sick” of dying over and over again. After Andromache of Scythia along with her pal Booker meet up with a former CIA agent called Copley (Chiwetel Ejiofor),”Keep This Between Us” establishes an international vibe, also complements the discussion particulars. When Andy first spots Nile, the youthful U.S. Marine listens to”Godspeed” while trying to process a weird succession of events.

“Put You On” performs when Andy drives away with Nile, and”Nobody Know” scores a battle sequence. Soon after,”The World We’ve Made” accompanies a vicious battle scene including Andy. After Nile infiltrates the headquarters of baddie Merrick (Harry Melling),”Going Down Fighting” suggests a bittersweet final action.

Following Nile’s nasty fall,”Silence” is heard as Andy assesses that the scene. Later,”Cruel World” performs as Booker learns that there will be consequences due to his suspicious activities. The Old Guard concludes with a big show and”Baby Outlaw.”

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