Stream the ‘Words on Bathroom Walls’ original motion picture soundtrack, scored by The Chainsmokers
In recent years, The Chainsmokers have proven to be far more than just a DJ and producer duo. Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall have been the faces of Tommy Hilfiger, created their own production studio, and now, the artists have scored their first feature film, Words on Bathroom Walls.
The full soundtrack for Words on Bathroom Walls is now available to stream and showcases the duo’s evolving artistry. The 19-song soundtrack features productions of various natures, ranging from instrumental pieces to emotive and orchestral-based soundscapes to listings with production-heavy electronic backdrops. Of note, Andrew Hollander scored 16 of the soundtrack’s inclusions alongside The Chainsmokers.
Previously released singles, “Push My Luck,” which includes Taggart’s own vocals, and “Somebody,” featuring Drew Love, serve as familiar parts of the soundtrack. “If Walls Could Talk” is the first and only never-before-heard original on the soundtrack to feature a vocalist, with Taggart again assuming vocal duties on the number.
The Words on Bathroom Walls soundtrack is a bonus from Taggart and Pall, who announced a hiatus from from social media and touring in the beginning of 2020 to focus on their next album. Stream the original motion picture soundtrack below, and look out for Words on Bathroom Walls in participating theaters.
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