“Why We Had To Leave”: Netflix Debuts New Original Track for Upcoming Thriller Reptile


Benicio Del Toro as Tom Nichols in Reptile

Reptile – Cr. Daniel McFadden/Netflix ©2023

What’s on Netflix can reveal completely a model new authentic monitor from the forthcoming Netflix Original film Reptile, starring Benicio del Toro and Justin Timberlake.

Arriving on Netflix on September twenty ninth (the launch date simply pulled ahead from October sixth) is the brand new thriller from first-time characteristic movie director Grant Singer.

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Recently premiering at TIFF, the film follows the journey of Nichols, a hardened detective with a murky previous who finds himself embroiled in a homicide case that unravels his secrets and techniques.

Released immediately forward of the film launch is among the songs for the film that’s composed by Yair Elazar Glotman and that includes vocals from Venezuelan-musician ARCA titled “Why We Had to Leave”.

Here’s the monitor in full from the official soundtrack from Reptile now accessible on Netflix Music:

Glotman is behind your complete authentic rating for Reptile. Based in Berlin, the musician has beforehand collaborated with Netflix on the Oscar-winning film All Quiet on the Western Front. Other credit embrace Joker, Last and First Man, and Netflix’s Barbarians.

Speaking about engaged on the rating of the brand new Netflix film, Glotman stated:

“The process of working on Reptile was unlike anything I experienced before. It is a contemporary take on film noir, and the whole film is imbued with a sense of darkness, ambiguity and deception. Collaborating with the director Grant Singer on his first feature film was immensely special as he had a very wide array of musical references and we were able to geek out a lot about historical and contemporary bands, from obscure composers to film scores and of course the pop stars he has worked with. The result I think is something that can lead you in, thinking that this is a regular thriller soundtrack, only to turn the corner and surprise you with something darker or more abstract than expected.”

In addition to engaged on soundtracks, Glotman releases and performs his personal music beneath his personal title and beneath tasks similar to KETEV and collaborations with composers Mats Erlandsson and Viktor Orri Árnason.

Yair Elazar Glotman Photo by Jose Cuevas

Yair Elazar Glotman – Photo by Jose Cuevas

The full soundtrack for the film will probably be accessible day and date with the film’s launch on September twenty ninth and options 20 tracks in complete.

Here’s the total authentic soundtrack listing for the upcoming Netflix Original:

  1. Reptile
  2. Teeth Marks
  3. Why We Had To Leave
  4. Snakeskin
  5. Life Insurance
  6. Can I Show You Something Strange?
  7. The Reenactment
  8. We Got A Dead Realtor
  9. All Units
  10. He’s Got My Gun!
  11. The Aftermath
  12. Nichols
  13. 13k Of Drugs
  14. Done With The Banging
  15. Break In
  16. Searching The House
  17. White Fish
  18. Wally
album art for netflix reptile movie

Reptile Netflix Soundtrack Cover Art

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