Listen to Natalie Holt’s LOKI Soundtrack Now!
The first three episodes of Loki were filled with breathtaking music, and you can’t tell me you didn’t gasp when you heard the dramatic sturm und drang – which literally means “storm and stress” – music that filled your ears when Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and Mobius (Owen Wilson) arrived in Haven Hills, Alabama in 2050 in the second episode of Loki! Now, you can revisit Natalie Holt’s breathtaking score for the first three episodes thanks to the release of the soundtrack by Marvel Music/Hollywood Records.
You can listen to the soundtrack on plenty of streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, iTunes, and Tidal.
The track listings include all of the music from the first three episodes, with songs that evoke the machinations of the TVA, the chaos of several apocalypses, and the adventure of visiting multiple times and locations across the Sacred Timeline.
Holt says that she couldn’t be happier about getting the opportunity to work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (and considering she’s delivered one of the most memorable musical motifs of the whole MCU, we’re happy she’s gotten the opportunity, too).
The composer is not only absurdly talented, she also has a heck of an arm: she once hurled an egg at one of the American Idol judges (and frankly, she makes a pretty good justification for the egg toss).
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If you can’t get enough of the Loki soundtrack, never fear, Marvel Blog Untrue Believers: the second volume, encompassing the music from Loki episodes four, five, and six, will be arriving on Friday, July 23rd, 2021. However, I’m personally hoping that we’ll get a nice Mondo vinyl pressing of the whole soundtrack before too much longer!
Have you had a chance to listen to Holt’s Loki soundtrack yet? Which one of the tracks is your favorite, and why is it “Roxxcart, 2050”? We’re waiting to hear what you think in the comment section!