Netflix's take on The Witcher is a success by many metrics, although you wouldn't know it by looking at digital music services -- not unless you count the unofficial covers of a certain Jaskier song. Thankfully, Netflix is restoring some order to the universe. It's
the first volume of The Witcher's soundtrack on download and streaming services on January 24th. And yes, "Toss a Coin to Your Witcher" will take a prominent position. It's already available on the likes of Spotify and Apple Music as we write this.
When a humble bard— The Witcher (@witchernetflix) January 22, 2020
Wrote a catchy song
You tweeted and asked us
What’s taking so long?
The Witcher Soundtrack Vol. 1 debuts everywhere 24 January.
"Toss A Coin" single out now: https://t.co/Id6mEUhRf0 pic.twitter.com/PNMxBeFlkS
The wait for an official release is somewhat unusual. You hardly had to wait a day to listen to the Stranger Things 3 soundtrack, but The Witcher's album is following over a month after the show's December 20th debut. Not that Netflix is likely to complain too loudly. The album launch could easily keep the adventures of Geralt, Yennefer and Ciri in the public consciousness for a while longer, fuelling hype for the eventual second season and anime film.
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