The Gentlemen Soundtrack 2024: Guy Ritchie directed the film “The Gentlemen” in 2019, which is headed to Netflix as a series in 2024.
Staying true to his crime-loving roots, Ritchie is ready to bring back the world of “The Gentlemen” with a new cast and story. Here are details of what to expect.
Official Synopsis: Eddie Halstead inherits a large estate from his father, unaware it fronts Pearson’s drug empire. With no crime experience, he must take over the operation or lose the estate.
Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime
Release date: March 2024 (United States)
The series’ release date is unknown, but the pilot’s co-writer, Matthew Reed, will direct the first two episodes while taking on the role of executive producer.
Who Composed The Gentlemen Soundtrack
Christopher Benstead: He is one of the Oscar-winning composers and mixers. He composed many thriller soundtracks, which makes the character unique. The Music For Gentlemen soundtrack is set to old-school music with energetic, stylish tunes that match the cooperative style of the main symbols in the slick Guy Ritchie film.
The Gentlemen Soundtrack List
Since the film has not been released yet, the soundtrack was released earlier:
- Cumberland Gap – David Rawlings: Cumberland Gap is an Appalachian folk song that probably dates from the late 19th century and was first recorded in 1924. The music is typically played on banjo or fiddle, and well-known versions of the theme include instrumental versions as well as versions with lyrical accompaniment.
- Vitamin C – Can: This song is composed by the artist Can and is part of the movie Inherent Vice on the album Ege Bamyası, released in 1972. The genre of the music includes Psychedelic funk, MPB, and Rock.
- Count Your Blessings – Mattiel: This song is composed by the artist Mattiel and is part of the album Mattiel, released in 2017. The genre of the music includes Alternative/Indie.
- The Snake – Johnny Rivers: This song is composed by the artist Johnny Rivers and is part of the album …And I Know You Wanna Dance, released in 1966.
- Bush – Bugzy Malone: The song “Bush” by British rapper Bugzy Malone.
- In Every Dream Home, a Heartache – Roxy Music: This song is part of the album For Your Pleasure, released by the artist Roxy Music in 1973.
- Oh S*** – The Pharcyde: This song is composed by the artist The Pharcyde, part of the album Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde, released in 1992.
- Shimmy Shimmy Ya – El Michels Affair: This song is composed by the artist El Michels Affair, part of the album Enter the 37th Chamber, released in 2009. The genre of the music includes R&B/Soul, Hip-Hop/Rap.
- Brothers on the Slide – Cymande: This song is composed by the artist Cymande. It is part of the album Promised Heights, released in 1974. The genre of the music includes R&B/Soul.
- Free Me – Paul Jones: This song is composed by the artist Paul Jones. It is part of the movie Privilege, released in 2003. The genre of the music includes Pop.
Theo James plays Eddie Horniman, an estranged son who explores the criminal underworld.
The ensemble cast includes Vinnie Jones, Kaya Scodelario, Giancarlo Esposito, Daniel Ings, Joely Richardson, Peter Serafinovich, Max Beesley, Harry Goodwins, Ruby Sears, and Ray Winstone.
The possible return of the original film’s stars, including Matthew McConaughey and Charlie Hunnam, remains uncertain.
Official Trailer: You can watch the full trailer on YouTube to get a brief overview of the characters and story.