After LCD Soundsystem recently released their musical contribution to the movie ("New Body Rhumba"), Danny Elfman is now sharing part of his score from the upcoming Netflix flick White Noise.
The Elfman song is called "Duel Lecture". It's a gentle and rich orchestral piece reminiscent of his work on Edward Scissorhands. White Noise is director Noah Baumbach’s adaptation of the classic Don DeLillo novel. It arrives on Netflix December 30 after a limited theatrical run from November 25. Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle, Jodie Turner-Smith, and André 3000 are among the stars.
Elfman’s full White Noise soundtrack will be released tomorrow, November 18. The musician, whose notable compositions include the Simpsons theme and Tim Burton’s major films, released an album last year called Big Mess. He followed it with a remix album featuring Iggy Pop, Xiu Xiu, and others.
Big Mess is up for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package at the 2023 Grammy Awards. Elfman also got nominated for Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella for “Main Titles” from Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. In other news for the composer, he announced back in October he will be doing another live concert series for The Nightmare Before Christmas. Elfman will reprise his role as Jack Skellington, while Phoebe Bridgers will play the role of Sally.
Listen to "Duel Lecture" and see the trailer for White Noise below.
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Article Image: Danny Elfman attends BMI Film, TV & Visual Media Awards in 2017. (EugenePowers via DepositPhotos.)