Game of Thrones is a massively successful show, and it’s only so because it gets about almost everything right. One of the best things about the show is how good its music is, and all thanks to the brilliant music composer, Ramin Djawadi. The show has had amazing music, and peaked with Season 6. Game of Thrones Season 7 had been matching up, with some of the older themes returning with new variations, and there is no doubt that it’s a musical treat in itself. There is still plenty more music to come, and the full soundtrack of the season will be released on September 29. Read on!
A new report by Film Music Reporter says that WaterTower Music, which is a division of Warner Bros. Records, will be coming out with the full soundtrack for Game of Thrones Season 7, with September 29 set as the release date. WaterTower has previously released the soundtracks for every season since Season 3, before which Varese Sarabande used to handle the releases.
The physical copy of the album is available for pre-order on Amazon, right now, so go book your copy here. There is no word on when a digital version will be out, but we expect the Amazon listing to add it by the time of the release. In the meantime, let’s enjoy the remainder of Djawadi’s Season 7 work as the season progresses. Thinking of grabbing a copy? Tell us in the comments, down below!