Disney+ releases the “ANDOR: Volume Two” soundtrack.

Disney+ releases the “ANDOR: Volume Two” soundtrack.

Walt Disney Records releases the digital soundtrack of Lucasfilm’s original live-action series “Andor.”

The Andor: Volume 2 (Episodes 5-8) (Original Score) digital album features scores composed and produced by three-time Oscar®-nominated and Emmy®-winning composer Nicholas Britell and is available now. “Andor” is streaming exclusively on Disney+.

The “Andor” series explores a new perspective from the Star Wars galaxy, focusing on Cassian Andor’s (Luna/”>Diego Luna) journey to discover the difference he can make. The series unfolds the story of the dawning rebellion against the Empire and how humans and planets were involved.

It is an era filled with danger, deceit and intrigue where Cassian will embark on the path destined to make him a rebel hero. The original live action series is created by Tony Gilroy and executive produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Tony Gilroy, Sanne Wohlenberg, Luna/”>Diego Luna and Michelle Rejwan.

Britell says: “I’m really excited to share the original score from episodes 5-8 of Volume 2, which arrives today. As the ‘Andor’ show evolves, so does the music. Exploring the many different sounds – both orchestral and those with electronic/synthesizer textures – have been so exciting. I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of this amazing journey with Tony Gilroy, Lucasfilm and our incredible cast and crew.”

Oscar®-nominated and Emmy®-winning composer and pianist Nicholas Britell scores some of the most acclaimed film projects in recent history, including “Don’t Look Up,” “The King,” “If Beale Street Could Talk,” “Vice” ” ,” “Moonlight,” “The Big Short” and the upcoming “She Said.”

For television, Britell wrote the score for Barry Jenkins’ “The Underground Railroad” and also scored the multi-part HBO series “Succession,” winning an Emmy® for Outstanding Original Main Title Theme. He is currently scoring the fourth season of ‘Suksession’.

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Three-time Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning composer, pianist, and producer Nicholas Britell is known for his critically acclaimed scores, including those for Adam McKay’s 2021 Don’t Look Up, Barry Jenkins’ 2018 If Beale Street Could Talk, and Jenkins’ 2017 Oscar- winner for best film Moonlight.

Britell received Academy Award nominations for these three films, as well as BAFTA and Critics Choice nominations for Don’t Look Up and If Beale Street Could Talk. He received Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice nominations as well as the 2016 Hollywood Music in Media Award for Best Original Score (Dramatic Feature) for Moonlight.

The previous year he wrote the score for Adam McKay’s The Big Short, marking the start of his collaboration with the Oscar-winning writer-director-producer. In 2018, he wrote the score for McKay’s Vice, starring Christian Bale and Amy Adams.

Britell has the distinction of winning Film Composer of the Year, TV Composer of the Year, Discovery of the Year, as well as winning Best Original Song Written for a Film at the World Soundtrack Awards all of the last 5 years. Britell’s upcoming film projects include Barry Jenkins’ The Lion King for Walt Disney Pictures.

Britell is also the mastermind behind some of TV’s most beloved scores, most notably the “Sucsession” main title theme, which won him an Emmy and was called “the definitive TV theme of the 21st century” by The Guardian. Britell continued to work on the show for subsequent seasons, receiving Emmy nominations for both seasons 2 and 3, and will begin scoring season 4 later this year.

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Other television scores he has composed include his Emmy-nominated score for Barry Jenkins’ “The Underground Railroad” and the score for HBO’s “Winning Time” which he co-composed with Grammy-winning artist Robert Glasper. His critically acclaimed score for Lucasfilm’s Star Wars series “Andor” premiered on September 21.

In addition to his work as a San Francisco Symphony Collaborative Partner, Britell is a Steinway Artist, a Creative Associate at the Juilliard School, and an honors and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard University.

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