Empress Of Shares "Call Me" from 'The Turning' Soundtrack

Floria Sigismondi's film arrives in theatres next week
Empress Of Shares 'Call Me' from 'The Turning' Soundtrack
Empress Of's involvement in the soundtrack for Floria Sigismondi's The Turning late last year, and her contribution has now been revealed a week before the album's release.

"Call Me" was co-written by Empress Of's Lorely Rodriguez and soundtrack producers Yves and Lawrence Rothman. 

"When writing the track with Lorely, Yves and I had the idea of writing something that was dreamy and processional; the movie's swan song," Lawrence explained in a statement. "It became a track that Floria Sigismondi used on set a lot to set the mood when shooting the scenes of the dreamlike limbo that the ghost Ms. Jessel is trapped in."

The Turning's soundtrack also features music from Courtney LoveMitskiSoccer MommyVagabonWarpaintCherry GlazerrKali UchisAlice GlassKim GordonFinn Wolfhard's new band the Aubreys and more.

The Turning arrives in theatres on January 24, with the soundtrack set to arrive that same day via Sony Masterworks. The film stars Wolfhard, Mackenzie Davis and Brooklynn Prince.