Starring Lizzy Caplan, Alison Brie, Martin Starr, Mark Webber, and Melonie Diaz, among others, Lakeshore Records will release the original soundtrack to the IFC Films feature “Save the Date” digitally on November 6th and physically on November 20th.
Featuring twelve tracks, including Wilco‘s sunny “Heavy Metal Drummer” cut from their celebrated 2001 album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, the soundtrack features a seminal electro song from the pioneer of disco Giorgio Moroder (“Baby Blue”), plus songs by ambient electro-folk post-rocker The One Am Radio (and a cut under his real name Hrishikesh Hirway), lush bliss-pop band Houses, R&B comeback story Charles Bradley, Wolfbird, Brooklyn-based synthpop trio Class Actress, L.A. soul revivalist Nick Waterhouse, White Dress frontwoman Arum Rae and more.
Directed by Michael Mohan (“One Too Many Mornings“), “Save the Date” is a bittersweet comedy centered on two very different sisters (Caplan and Brie) and the various familial and romantic conflicts they have to face. We reviewed the picture at Sundance and called it an “endearing [film] that all rom-coms should aspire to.” “Save the Date” arrives on VOD November 8th and hits theaters in limited release on December 14th.
“Save the Date” (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Various Artists
01. Heavy Metal Drummer – Wilco
02. O Sangeeta – Daniel Hart
03. Baby Blue – Giorgio Moroder
04. Accidents – Wolfbird
05. Soak It Up – Houses
06. Lovin’ You Baby – Charles Bradley featuring Menahan Street Band
07. Babies – Wolfbird
08. Some Place – Nick Waterhouse
09. In My Head – Arum Rae
10. Let Me Take You Out – Class Actress
11. Sunlight – The One AM Radio
12. Good Luck – Hrishikesh Hirway