Listen To New GRETA VAN FLEET Song 'Always There'

Listen To New GRETA VAN FLEET Song 'Always There'

A new song from GRETA VAN FLEET, "Always There", can be streamed below. The track was originally recorded for inclusion on the band's debut album, last year's "Anthem Of The Peaceful Army", but it was ultimately decided it didn't fit the tone of the album. It appeared serendipitous when the makers of "A Million Little Pieces" requested it in the film's soundtrack.

According to Film Music Reporter, the "A Million Little Pieces" soundtrack is being released digitally today via Republic Records. The album features the songs from the movie, including tracks by R.E.M., THE VELVET UNDERGROUND, Tom Waits, Loretta Lynn and others. Also included is a suite from the movie's original score composed by Atticus Ross ("The Social Network", "Gone Girl", "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo"), Leopold Ross and Claudia Sarne ("The Book of Eli", "Triple 9").

"A Million Little Pieces" is directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson ("Fifty Shades of Grey", "Nowhere Boy") and stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Billy Bob Thornton, Giovanni Ribisi, Juliette Lewis, Odessa Young, Dash Mihok and David Dastmalchian. The movie is based on James Frey's 2003 best-selling book of the same tile and revolves around an alcoholic crack addict who finds solace in the company of a past crime lord and a former sex worker, revealing a pathway to renewal and redemption. The drama premiered at last year's Toronto Film Festival and was released in British theaters last weekend.

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