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Soundtrack deets for Only Lovers Left Alive

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Moviehole's reviews editor downunder, Carly enjoys all genres of film and television.

Upcoming vampire flick ”Only Lovers Left Alive” has released a taste of the films soundtrack – the soundtrack and the film are already having praises sung – but will it be as good as hope? The film follows vampire lovers Eve (Tilda Swinton) and Adam (Tom Hiddleston), Eve’s also vampiric sister Ava (Mia Wasikowska) and the mysterious vampire Mawloew (John Hurt). The film received warm reception as Cannes being hailed as ‘a poetic love story with a wry sense of humour’.

The soundtrack list is available now for your listening pleasure, with ‘The Taste of Blood’ featured for immediate listening. The song is wonderfully haunting and sensual and bound to make you curious for the film.

”Only Lovers Left Alive” is due for American release April 11, and April 17 here in Australia.

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