We all know how influential Zack Snyder’s Justice League songs are. The songs not only reflect the character’s arc in the film but also the plot twists and turns. Zack Synder’s Justice League was most awaited this season as fans have been waiting for the director’s version of the movie.
Snyder’s version is four hours long that shows Wonder Woman and Batman teaming up with other heroes to battle the Apokolips. The new heroes like Cyborg, Flash, and Aquaman, in addition, join the team along with other heroes.
Now coming to the music and Zack Snyder’s Justice League songs. Junkie XL’s (Tom Hokenborg) background score has been restored. However, like many other things, Junkie XL has been replaced as a composer by Danny Elfman, who recomposed the theatrical cut.
All the Snyder’s Justice League Songs
Zack Synder’s Justice League songs amazingly match with the characters and plots, hence get the attention of the viewers. Here are all the Zack Snyder’s Justice League songs that played in this version.
“There Is A Kingdom” by Nick Dave and The Bad Seeds
There Are A Kingdom plays after Arthur saves a person from being thrown down. Drinking the whole bottle of whiskey while walking and before jumping into the ocean while walking through a storm of water waves. The song is a great depiction of Arthur’s future a.k.a King of Atlantis.
“Distant Sky” by again Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds
Lois Lane’s character arc is that she wants to move on with life without Clark (Superman) after his end. She is introduced in this version, having coffee and before she went to Superman’s statue memorial. The song is a perfect background score for it comes to the world without Superman and Lois’s pain.
“Vísur Vatnsenda-Rósu” by Jón Ásgeirsson
A traditional poem by people of the Island Westjords. The poem plays when Aquaman (Arthur Curry) is offered recruitment by Bruce Wayne and he rejects the proposal. When is taking off from the Westjords, the natives start singing the poem for him?
“Song to the Siren” by Rose Betts (performer) & Tim Buckley and Larry Beckett (writer)
Synder’s cut shows the love story of Barry Allen and Iris West. Barry saves her when her car runs into a truck (with his flashlight speed). “Song to the Siren” is the song for feeling love for someone who doesn’t love you back.
“Hallelujah” by Allison Crowe (performer) and Leonard Cohen (writer)
This song is very close to not just the fans and cast’s heart but to the most, it is close to Zack Snyder’s heart. This is the track that was introduced in the official teaser trailer as well. If you don’t know Synder had to leave the Justice League because of her daughter Autumn Snyder’s demise. In addition to this, this song was Autumn’s favorite and is a tribute to her. The song was sung by Crowe at her funeral as well. This song is shown to be a tribute in credits as well.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League songs will officially become available after the release of the movie on HBO Max on various platforms.