Former LCD man shares an instrumental track from his soundtrack to Noah Baumbach's While We're Young.
Noah Baumbach makes comedy dramas about upper middle class New Yorkers, so who better to get to do the soundtrack to his newest film, While We're Young, than upper middle class New Yorker James Murphy?
Baumbach and Murphy have a good working relationship already, with Murphy putting together the soundtrack for Baumbach's Greenberg in 2010. His contributions to the soundtrack include an instrumental cover of David Bowie's Golden Years, a track called Only the Stars Above Welcome Me Home, and this new, introspective and slowly unfolding instrumental called We Used To Dance.
The soundtrack - which also features other music selected by Murphy, including Paul McCartney & Wings's always-amazing Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five - comes out on March 24th, with the film itself set to hit US screens on March 27th.
Various Artists 'While We're Young' OST tracklist:
01. James Murphy Golden Years
02. Antonio Vivaldi Concerto for Lute, 2 Violins and Continuo in D, RV. 93
03. Lionel Richie All Night Long (All Night)
04. A Tribe Called Quest Buggin’ Out
05. The Psychedelic Furs The Ghost in You
06. Danny Kaye The Inch Worm
07. James Murphy Only the Stars Above Welcome Me Home
08. Haim Falling (Duke Dumont remix)
09. Survivor Eye of the Tiger
10. Antonio Vivaldi Andante du Concerto Pour Flautino en ut Majeur (From the MGM film The Wild Child)
11. Foreigner Waiting for a Girl Like You
12. Paul McCartney & Wings Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
13. James Murphy We Used to Dance
14. David Bowie Golden Years
Milan Records release the 'While We're Young' OST on March 24th 2015.