The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Soundtrack is Here

 

Keep your friends close and your tissues closer, because the impending ugly cry of seeing Call Me by Your Name is nearly here. Ahead of its debut on November 24, the already critically-acclaimed film has released the Sufjan Stevens heavy soundtrack, which might also make you ugly cry, depending on how Sufjan’s vocal chords affect your body.

The album isn’t all him, though. It’s a mix of classical music and 80s music, too, because between tears it helps to unwind with the Psychedelic Furs’ “Love My Way.” You know, that one Armie Hammer danced to in the meme-worthy clip? If you are aggressively into Sufjan though, the soundtrack does feature three new songs written exclusively for the film, including “Mystery of Love,” which will undoubtedly be up for Best Original Song at the Oscars.

The entire album is available to stream or buy. Enjoy crying in your office bathroom to it.

 

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