MARVEL MUSIC AND HOLLYWOOD RECORDS PRESENT MARVEL STUDIOS’ THE MARVELS ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK
FEATURES SCORE BY EMMY®-WINNING COMPOSER LAURA KARPMAN
DIGITAL RELEASE AVAILABLE TODAY
The Marvels Original Motion Picture Soundtrack with a score by Emmy®-winning composer Laura Karpman is now available at Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music and all digital platforms. Marvel Studios’ “The Marvels” hits U.S. theaters on November 10. http://fandango.com/TheMarvels
Commenting on the score, Karpman said, “The Marvels is the most epic score that I have ever created. I am so proud to bring this extraordinary radical team of Super Heroes to life with new unique sounds of space, percussion, massive orchestra and the human voice.”
Also available today is a Lofi version of Laura Karpman’s theme for The Marvels, “Higher. Further. Faster. Together.” (Lofi Girl x Thaehan Lofi Remix). This marks the first time that a Marvel Studios’ theme has been reimagined in the soothing Lofi style. Lofi music, well-known for its power to evoke relaxation, nostalgia, and deep contemplation, takes on a refreshing new dimension in this composition. Remixed by Lofi Girl and Thaehan, “Higher. Further. Faster. Together.” is now available for streaming at Spotify and Apple Music.
Karpman creates powerful, imaginative scores that push the boundaries of storytelling. Her award-winning music, spanning film, television, theater, interactive media, and live performance, reflects an audaciously creative, prodigious, fresh spirit. Karpman collaborates with the most creative filmmakers of our time, including Misha Green, Steven Spielberg, Alex Gibney, Kasi Lemmons, Rory Kennedy, Sam Pollard and Laura Nix, plus Eleanor, Francis Ford and Sofia Coppola. The five-time Emmy winner’s scores span the HBO hit series “Lovecraft Country,” the 2020 Oscar-nominated Walk Run Cha-Cha, the Discovery docuseries “Why We Hate,” the Disney+ original series from Marvel Studios’ “What If…?” and the acclaimed “Ms. Marvel,” for which she was recently nominated for two Emmys. In addition to The Marvels, Karpman recently scored “American Fiction,” which premieres in December.