‘The Lobster’ Soundtrack Feat. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds & Kylie Minogue + Classical Masterpieces Is Out! Three-Time Cannes Film Festival Winner In Theaters Now


‘The Lobster’ Soundtrack Is Out Now On Lakeshore Records – Download Here: [iTunes]

Beethoven, Shostakovich and Stravinsky all put in prominent appearances, but the most evocative selection here may well be Nick Cave and Kylie Minogue’s morbid country-Gothic ballad “Where the Wild Roses Grow,” with its plaintive plea for unrestrained love: “Do you know where the wild roses grow, so sweet and scarlet and free?”  – Variety

Yorgos Lanthimos “has fully synthesized the what and the how of the movie into a truly original masterpiece.” – Cut Print Film


Lakeshore Records is very pleased to release for The Lobster (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), featuring the track, “Where the Wild Roses Grow” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds & Kylie Minogue; plus, classical masterpieces and more!  Cut Print Film has the album premiere: watch the preview video featuring stills from the film and read the full story here.  See below for full album details.

BAFTA-nominated The Lobster movie won three Cannes Film Festival Awards, including the Jury Prize and a Palme D’Or nomination for director Yorgos Lanthimos (Dogtooth)!

A24 will release THE LOBSTER theatrically May 13 in NY and LA and nationwide May 27, 2016.

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The Lobster (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes | pre-order CD

A24’s THE LOBSTER, about a dystopian future where single people must find a romantic partner in forty-five days or are transformed into animals… tops the Opening This Week list, based on trailer plays across IVA’s network. – Internet Video Archive

The film’s most spot-on musical moment is when the hotel manageress and her portly partner croon a cheesy version of Gene Pitney’s Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart’. It’s a song that celebrates the emotional catharsis of true love: an enduring myth that The Lobster puts under the magnifying glass – in the sun, until it starts to burn. – Screen Daily

A wickedly funny protest against societal preference for nuclear coupledom that escalates, by its own sly logic, into a love story of profound tenderness and originality.
Guy Lodge, Variety



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