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Finn Wolfhard has debuted the first track from his new band The Auberys

Coming after the break up of his previous band Calpurnia late last year, 'Getting Better (Otherwise)' features on the soundtrack to the forthcoming film The Turning.
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Published: 7:27 pm, January 18, 2020
Finn Wolfhard has debuted the first track from his new band The Auberys

Finn Wolfhard has debuted the first track from his new band The Auberys.

Coming after the break up of his previous band Calpurnia late last year, 'Getting Better (Otherwise)' features on the soundtrack to the forthcoming film The Turning, in which he also stars.

Soundtrack producer Lawrence Rothman says of the new song: "Finn’s character in the film (Miles) is a real musical kid and retreats to his bedroom a lot to dispense his grief and confusion into music and we wanted that represented on the soundtrack.. Finn and his bandmate Malcom came to my studio and we had a chaotic eight hour session where it all came together fast. Jay Reatard 90’s band The Reatards we blasted in the studio during our session breaks, and a bit of that influence came into the recording of the song."

The sountrack also features tracks by Pale Waves, Soccer Mommy, Courtney Love, Warpaint, Empress Of, Vagabon, Cherry Glazerr, Mitski, Kali Uchis, Alice Glass, girl in red, Kim Gordon, and more.

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