Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk comes out later this week and the movie has been rather silent on its marketing. In a bid to steer some interest, WaterTower Music has outed the first track from Dunkirk in its entirety.
Titled Supermarine, the track is very much reminiscent of Hans Zimmer’s epic score from The Dark Knight trilogy and has traces of chopper sounds strewn over the track. Listening to the track and judging by its title, there’s a fair chance it could be played out to cover all three points of views from which the movie is expected to unfold – land, air and sea.
Directed by Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk is a World War II historical movie based on the infamous Dunkirk evacuation, considered to be one of the most important events in the war’s history. It lead to over 300,000 soldiers being rescued from French beaches and gave the Allies enough fighting power to turn the war’s tides in their favor. Dunkirk marks Christopher Nolan and Hans Zimmer’s sixth collaboration after Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Dark Knight Rises and Interstellar. The soundtrack is out now for purchase on Amazon.