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Muna, girl in red, and Courtney Love have contributed songs to Finn Wolfhard’s new film, The Turning

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Published: 10:13 pm, November 21, 2019
Muna, girl in red, and Courtney Love have contributed songs to Finn Wolfhard’s new film, The Turning

Muna, girl in red, and Courtney Love have contributed songs to Finn Wolfhard’s new film, The Turning.

The all-star soundtrack also features contributions from Soccer Mommy, Empress Of, Vagabon, Warpaint, Cherry Glazerr, Kali Uchis, Alice Glass, Mitski, Kim Gordon, and Finn's new band (RIP Calpurnia), The Aubreys.

Courtney Love's addition, 'Mother', is streaming online now - check it out below. The film will be released 'in theaters' on 24th January 2020.

The full track listing reads:

1. Courtney Love - “Mother”
2. Mitski - “Cop Car”
3. Soccer Mommy - “Feed”
4. girl in red - “Kate’s Not Here”
5. Lawrence Rothman - “Crust”
6. Lawrence Rothman (feat. Pale Waves) - “SkindeepSkyhighHeartwide”
7. Empress Of - “Call Me”
8. Vagabon - “The Wild”
9. The Aubreys - “Getting Better(otherwise)”
10. Cherry Glazerr - “Womb”
11. Warpaint - “The Brakes”
12. Lawrence Rothman - “Crust (neverreallyknewyou)”
13. Lawrence Rothman & MUNA - “Judas Kiss”
14. Kali Uchis - “The Turn”
15. Alice Glass - “Sleep It Off”
16. Dani Miller (of Surfbort) - “Ouroboros”
17. Alison Mosshart (of The Kills) - “ I Don’t Know”
18. Living Things (feat. Sunflower Bean) - “Take No Prisoners”
19. Kim Gordon - “Silver”

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