If you were one of the fans eagerly anticipating Daisy Jones & The Six‘s series premiere, you probably already know that music will to be a massive part of the show. After all, the show centers on a fictional band that made a hugely popular album in the 1970s.
Fans of the book that the show is based on have long wondered what the songs written into the book might sound like if they were real, but that waiting is finally over: “Aurora” is here.
Following two lead singles, “Regret Me” and “Look At Us Now (Honeycomb),” the entire 11-track album was released on digital on March 2.
Riley Keough, Sam Claflin, Will Harrison, Sebastian Chacon, Josh Whitehouse, and Suki Waterhouse play Daisy Jones & the Six in the series, and in doing so, also became something of a real band. Yes, it’s actually them singing and playing all of their own instruments in the show and on the album.
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Phoebe Bridgers, Marcus Mumford, and Jackson Brown contributed to the songwriting, which Blake Mills led. Like the band and the book, the album is heavily influenced by 1970s acts like Fleetwood Mac.
Below, we’ve gathered all the details you need to start listening to “Aurora” ASAP.
HOW TO STREAM ‘AURORA’
“Aurora” is available on all streaming platforms, including Amazon Music Unlimited and Apple Music.
Both music streaming services come with a 30-day free trial, and both boast collections of over 100 million songs. After the free trials end, Amazon Music costs $8.99/month for Prime members or $9.99/month for non-Prime subscribers, and Apple Music costs $10.99/month.
WHERE TO BUY ‘AURORA’
Physical music fans, you’re in luck, too, because “Aurora” is available on vinyl and CD.
The LP is available on vinyl from Amazon in an exclusive orange color disc and from Urban Outfitters in classic black. It costs $28 from both sites. The CD is available from Amazon and costs $16.
- Let Me Down Easy
- Kill You to Try
- Two Against Three
- Look at Us Now (Honeycomb)
- Regret Me
- You Were Gone
- More Fun to Miss
- The River
- No Words
Both Amazon listings will be released and shipped starting March 3, while Urban Outfitters preorders are expected to ship by March 21.
By: Ny Post