Imagine Dragons And PVRIS Feature In League of Legends: Arcane Netflix Soundtrack
As Riot Games look to continue pushing the boundaries of the video games industry into Hollywood, the developers have reunited with some familiar sounding friends: Imagine Dragons and Pusha T are amongst a huge range of artists and bands that will feature on eleven tracks for the League of Legends: Arcane series that will launch on Netflix.
Having built a storied reputation within the music industry through their World Championships opening ceremony concerts and the formation of K-Pop band K/DA, Riot Games is releasing eleven tracks that will release to the public in three instalments throughout November.
League of Legends' animated series, Arcane, is set to roll out on Netflix on November 7, where the official soundtrack will begin to filter out on Spotify and YouTube.
Just mere hours after the 2021 League of Legends World Champions are crowned, Episode One of Arcane will be aired on Netflix (globally) and the Chinese streaming platform Tencent Video. With the launch, the first three singles of the Official Soundtrack will also be released.
Three further songs will be released on November 14, with the final five landing on November 21, as artists and bands such as Imagine Dragons, PVRIS, and Pusha T will feature.
League of Legends: Arcane Official Soundtrack
The full soundtrack is as follows:
- Playground - feat. Bea Miller
- Our Love - feat. Curtis Harding, Jazmine Sullivan
- Goodbye - feat. Ramsey
- Dirty Little Animals - feat. Bones UK
- Enemy - feat. Imagine Dragons & JID
- Guns For Hire - feat. Woodkid
- Misfit Toys - feat. Pusha T, Mako
- Dynasties and Dystopia - feat. Denzel Curry, Gizzle, Bren Joy
- Snakes - feat. Pvris, Miyavi
- When Everything Went Wrong - feat. Fantastic Negrito
- What Could Have Been - Sting ft. Ray Chen
Imagine Dragons come as arguably the most recognisable band in the line-up, with their song "Enemy", featuring JID, reigniting the relationship between the band and Riot. The Dragons' huge hit "Warriors" was amongst many that they performed at the 2014 World Championships, with that specific anthem being adopted as the official song of the tournament. Enemy can be heard in Episode Five of Arcane.
PVRIS also find themselves on the soundtrack, after being the voice behind "Burn It All Down" - the official song of the current World Championships.