Benjamin Wallfisch’s first music for DC’s superhero epic is racing to streaming and digital apps

WaterTower Music is proud to present “World’s Collide” and “Run:” by composer Benjamin Wallfisch for DC’s The Flash film.

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It won’t be long now The Lightning keep going to the cinemas June 16, 2023And WaterTower music is pleased to announce the release ofWorlds collide” And “Run” – the first music for the upcoming film. Created by two-time Grammy and BAFTA-nominated composer Benjamin Wallfisch, both tracks by The Lightning The soundtrack is available to stream and purchase digitally on multiple platforms. Each song appears in the next The Lightning (Original movie soundtrack), expected release on June 16th.

About Friday’s official press release:

Whale describes “Worlds collide‘ as a key cue – heard at the film’s climax – with a new theme representing the interweaving/merging of past and present DC eras.

According to Whale “Worlds collide” was “A cue that Andy (Muschietti) and I repeated – probably over 50 times – to get it just right, even while the orchestra was recording it. Andy’s incredibly creative ideas required real-time adjustments to the music and musicians. The track is based on a chord progression in which the outer voices of the chords move towards each other, almost being pulled together by a strong force of gravity, while the intensity keeps increasing. At the top there are about 17 orchestra layers playing together – probably over 1000 musicians! It was one of those moments where we had to ‘make it big or go home’ to live up to the scale of what fans are going to see on screen!”

Wallfisch also discusses “Run“, a title which the composer describes as such“The very first music he wrote for.” The Lightning, just over three years ago. Speaking of the song”, Wallfisch said: “Andy invited me to do the film in the summer of 2020. Although the script was still in development, I was inspired by the film concepts we discussed. Run was basically the first music I envisioned: a restless, searching piano figure depicting Barry’s crisis following the loss of his mother, played against haunting staccato strings that are almost impossible to perform due to their sheer speed.

“A Few Days Later and Months Before Filming” Wallfisch continued: “I played this super crude sketch to Andy along with a bunch of other ideas for the film. Then, two years later, when Andy was putting together his first cut, he surprised me by juxtaposing this little piano sketch with the image in one of the film’s key moments, and it stayed there almost unchanged until the finale. Andy and I have worked closely together for the past six years and this was a moment when I was particularly grateful for our relationship. I feel so fortunate to have such a creative shorthand with someone I think is an absolute genius.”

In The Lightning, Ezra Miller reprises her role as Barry Allen in the DC Super Hero’s first standalone feature film. Worlds collide as Barry uses his superpowers to go back in time and change the events of the past. But when his attempt to save his family inadvertently changes the future, Barry is thrown into a reality where General Zod has returned and threatens annihilation, and there are no superheroes to turn to. Unless Barry can coax a very different Batman out of retirement and rescue an imprisoned Kryptonian…though not the one he’s looking for. Ultimately, Barry’s only hope is to run for his life to save the world he is in and return to the future he knows. But will the ultimate sacrifice be enough to restart the universe?

Sasha Calle, Michael Shannon, Ron Livingston, Maribel Verdú, Kiersey Clemons, Antje Traue and Michael Keaton also star. Written by Christina Hodson, directed by Andy Muschietti, with story writing by John Francis Daley & Jonathan Goldstein and Joby Harold.

What do you think of “Worlds collide” And “Run” out of The Lightning sound track? Does Wallfisch’s epic composition make you want to run to your local theater to see it? The Lightning when will it open on june 16th? Benjamin Wallfisch’s first music for DC’s superhero epic is racing to streaming and digital apps

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