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‘Stranger Things’ announces the soundtrack of the fourth season in two parts

The soundtrack for the fourth season of Stranger Things has been announced – listen to its first preview, a cover of Journey, below.

The fourth season of Netflix’s sci – fi hit is divided into two volumes, with the first series for a Netflix premiere on May 27 and the second on July 1, 2022. The season has a total of nine programs.

The newly announced soundtrack will also be released in two parts, each shared on the same release days as the show itself. CD and cassette editions are due out on September 9 this year, ahead of vinyl editions later this year.

The first soundtrack project, a remix of Journey’s “Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)” produced by Bryce Miller and Alloy Tracks, is available to stream below.

The soundtrack promises “key music of different eras and classical styles similar to those found in Stranger Things 4.”

The summary for season four reads: “Six months have passed since the Battle of Starcourt, which brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. Struggling with the aftermath, our group of friends are separated for the first time – and they navigate their way. The intricacies of high school. In this most vulnerable moment, a new, terrifying supernatural threat is revealed, revealing a frightening mystery that, if solved, could undo the horrors of the Underworld. “

The creators of the series, the Duffer brothers, have also confirmed the end of the fifth season of Stranger Things. However, they have indicated that side effects are already underway.

“There are so many more exciting stories to be told within the world of Stranger Things – new mysteries, new adventures, unexpected new heroes,” the Duffer brothers wrote earlier this year. “But first, we hope you will follow us as we approach this story about a powerful girl named Eleven and her brave friends, a broken police chief and a fierce mother, a small town called Hawkins, and an alternative aspect of called one. as the Upside Down “.

Series star Millie Bobby Brown has described the new season as the hardest season he’s ever shot, and he’s looking forward to what can be expected from Eleven’s story.

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