The A24 Movie Will Feature Four New Songs From André 3000 - With A Twist
The upcoming A24 movie, Everything Everywhere All At Once, features four new songs by André 3000.
He appears on tracks called "My Life Without You," "The Boxcutter," "Dog Fight," and "Pinky Fight" under his real name André Benjamin, but don't expect a rap. According to Rolling Stone, all of the appearances find him playing the flute — a pastime that has seen him go viral for playing in random places over the years.
The soundtrack of Everything Everywhere All at Once will be released on April 8. The movie is scheduled to open on March 25.
André 3000 has been seen playing the flute in public places, including an airport terminal and street corners in Philadelphia. In order to collaborate, Madlib even offered to record a flute album with him.
The soundtrack of Everything Everywhere All At Once features music by Son Lux, David Byrne, Randy Newman, Mitski, Moses Sumney and others.
"We knew from the moment [Everything Everywhere director] Daniels asked us to score this film that it would push us in new and unexpected directions, but we couldn't have predicted how much we would learn from the project," Son Lux said in a statement. “What emerged was our most ambitious undertaking to date, over two years in the making, resulting in two hours of new music.”