“With You All the Time” appears on the film’s soundtrack, although Styles does not sing on the track
In the middle of all infighting, awkward press conferences, festival no-shows, hypothetical spat, on- and off-screen romance and general tabloid drama, the don’t worry darling The team unveiled actual consumable content stripped and divorced (to the best of their abilities) from the pretty hate machine now inextricably linked to Olivia Wilde’s second effort.
“With You All the Time”, a duet between the stars of the film and the loves on the screen Harry Styles and Florence Poug, closes the soundtrack of the film. On a minimalist piano that channels Julee Cruise, Lana Del Rey or your favorite smoky singer, Pugh repeats the song’s title, following the piano line. Styles does not sing on the track, crushing the dreams of many of this post’s readers.
In an interview with Variety, Wilde said Styles called her during pre-production to ask about the song and its melody. He joined her almost instantly. “Five minutes later he sent me a demo of his piano, and that’s what ended up in the movie,” Wilde said. “He called me and said, ‘What about this?’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, that’s it. That’s it. And it’s really crazy that you did that in five minutes.
About the song, Styles added, “I wanted something that could be both sweet and scary, completely dependent on the context. I remember playing it on the piano for the first time, and there was a sort of homemade nursery rhyme. Applied to the different moments in the film, I think it takes on several different lives – I hope.
Although Styles doesn’t sing in the film, fans can catch him when the film opens on September 23. It’s one of two big movies Styles is set to star in this year, along with Michel Grandage my policemanarriving November 4.