After years of Web buzz, Don’t Fear Darling lastly hit theaters on Friday (Sept. 23) — and within the movie, Harry Styles not solely stars as Jack alongside Florence Pugh’s Alice, however he additionally contributed a track to the film’s rating referred to as “With You All of the Time.”
The track, which pops up all through the movie as a “set off track,” is a observe that Pugh’s character hums to herself all through the Fifties-set psychological thriller. On streaming providers, the almost three-minute-long track is credited to “Alice and Jack,” the names of Pugh’s and Kinds’ characters within the movie.
Final month, whereas chatting with Variety, director Olivia Wilde shared that it solely took the 28-year-old Grammy winner 5 minutes to make the track. “In prep, Harry referred to as me and mentioned, ‘What’s the set off track? Like, what’s the melody?’” she defined to the publication. “I mentioned, ‘I don’t know. I’m going to completely different writers to put in writing it. Do you’ve something in thoughts?’ And he mentioned, ‘I’ll give it some thought.’”
“5 minutes later, he despatched me a demo from his piano, and it was what ended up within the movie,” she continued. “He referred to as me and mentioned, ‘What about this?’ And I used to be like, ‘Yeah, that’s it. That’s it. And that’s actually insane that you simply did that in 5 minutes.’”
The “As It Was” singer informed Selection, “I needed one thing that could possibly be each candy and creepy, fully depending on the context.”
“I keep in mind first enjoying it on the piano, and it had a form of do-it-yourself nursery rhyme really feel to it,” he added. “Utilized to the completely different moments within the movie, I believe it takes on a few completely different lives — I hope.”
Take heed to Kinds’ unsettling contribution to the Don’t Fear Darling soundtrack beneath, and take heed to the total soundtrack here.