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Empress Of has shared a brand new track, 'Call Me'

It's the latest track to be taken from 'The Turning Motion Picture Soundtrack'.
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Published: 11:24 am, January 17, 2020
Empress Of has shared a brand new track, 'Call Me'

Empress Of has shared a brand new track.

Titled 'Call Me', it's the latest track to be taken from 'The Turning Motion Picture Soundtrack', which is set to arrive next Friday, 24th January - the same day the film itself arrives in cinemas.

Lawrence Rothman who wrote the song with Empress Of and Yves Rothman explains: “When writing the track with Lorely, Yves and I had the idea of writing something that was dreamy and processional; the movie’s swan song. it became a track that Floria Sigismondi used on set a lot to set the mood when shooting the scenes of the dreamlike limbo that the ghost Ms. Jessel is trapped in.”

The soundtrack also features the likes of Mitski, Courtney Love, MUNA, Pale Waves, The Aubrey's Ft. Finn Wolfhard, Vagabon, Cherry Glazerr, Lawrence Rothman, Kim Gordon, Warpaint, Alice Glass, Girl in Red, Soccer Mommy and 'more'.

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