Nicholas Britell’s soundtrack from the opening episodes of Star Wars: Andor is available to own now.
Rejoice Force fans because the first of three planned digital soundtracks from Star Wars: Andor has arrived. Nicholas Britell’s soundtrack from the hit Disney Plus series has been applauded by legions of fans who have cited it for its subtle nuances. And now, the first release, comprised of music from the first four episodes of the series is available to own.
Britell’s approach to the galaxy far, far away has been one of the standouts of the series so far. So having the chance to add his score to our Star Wars playlist is too good an opportunity to let pass. But just what are we getting for our credits? Feast your eyes on the full track listing below and get a taste of what awaits us.
- Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 1
- WE BEGIN (Time Grappler)
- Niamos! (Morlana Club Mix)
- Morlana Drop
- Pre-Mor Shakedown
- Rix Road
- Bix Caleen
- Kenari Council
- Bix Has a Secret
- Kenari Male Wanted for Questioning
- The Cassian Way
- Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 2
- End of Day
- Who Else Knows?
- Luthen Rael
- The Kenari War Cry
- The Night Before
- Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 3
- In Their House / Who Are You?
- The Reckoning
- Past / Present Suite
- Andor (Main Title Theme) – Episode 4
- I Came for You
- Blue Kyber
- Where’s My Starpath Unit?
- Luthen of Coruscant
- Syril Suite
- Mon Mothma
- END OF DAY (Time Grappler)
As mentioned above, the first of three digital releases is available to own now from all good digital retailers. But to make life easier you can grab your copy from Amazon here. Look for Volume 2 to release on November 4, with Volume 3 releasing December 2. Are you a fan of Nicholas Britell’s Andor soundtrack? Or are you still on the fence and waiting for a blast of some familiar Star Wars soundscapes? Sound off below and share your thoughts.
Star Wars: Andor is streaming exclusively on Disney plus now. Dive into our season one reviews here.
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