We are pleased to announce that the How To Be soundtrack will be released on CD and digital download on April 28. The soundtrack release date coincides with IFC Festival Direct’s April 29 release of How To Be in the United States on their On Demand cable service.
The soundtrack includes three original songs performed by the star of How To Be, Robert Pattinson. The digital download will be available from iTunes and other retailers on April 28. The CD is available for pre-order now through Dreamboat Records.
A special 12-page booklet featuring song lyrics, new How To Be photos and one of two randomly selected fold-out posters of Robert Pattinson and the cast accompanies the CD.
Pre-order the CD direct from Dreamboat Records and:
- Save $2 on the recommended retail price ($13.98 instead of the RRP price of $15.98).
- Have a chance to win one of 250 limited edition CD booklets personally signed by Robert Pattinson, which will be inserted into randomly selected CDs pre-ordered directly from Dreamboat Records!
The 23-track collection features the striking original score of How To Be by composer Joe Hastings and the quirky electronic sounds of musician-actor Johnny White, who plays Ronny in the film. A must-have soundtrack for any Pattinson fan, other musical highlights include ‘Old Man’ by Love, ‘Clear Spot’ by elusive genius Captain Beefheart and How To Be fan favourite, the enchanting ‘Hammond Song’ by The Roches. See the new “soundtrack” page on the How To Be website for the full tracklisting.
“Music is extremely important throughout the film and was a part of the screenplay right from the start,” says writer-director Oliver Irving. “I am very pleased with the soundtrack and everyone’s contribution to it — it truly sums up the feeling of the film.”
The soundtrack release date coincides with IFC Festival Direct’s April 29 release of How To Be in the United States. More news on this and releases elsewhere in the world is coming soon! In the meantime, tickets are on sale for the U.S. Tour screenings, which will be attended by cast and crew, and screenings in Singapore and Sydney.