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SEATTLE SURF & REPUBLIC RECORDS SET TO REVEAL FLAG DAY ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK ON AUGUST 20TH

FEATURES SONGS FROM CAT POWER, GLEN HANSARD, EDDIE VEDDER & OLIVIA VEDDER


 
WATCH THE TRAILER FEATURING “MY FATHER’S DAUGHTER” BY OLIVIA VEDDER HERE


 
FLAG DAY OPENS IN SELECT THEATERS ON AUGUST 20

 

 

28 JULY 2021 (TORONTO, ON)  — Seattle Surf & Republic Records/Universal Music Canada, the country's leading music company announce the upcoming release of the Flag Day Original Motion Picture Soundtrack out on August 20th.
 

The thirteen-track soundtrack serves as the musical companion to the Cannes Film Festival selected film Flag Day starring and directed by Academy® Award winner Sean Penn and starring his daughter Dylan Penn. The film opens in select theaters beginning Friday August 20, 2021.The soundtrack will feature songs from Cat Power, Glen Hansard, Eddie Vedder & Olivia Vedder.


 
Pre-order the Flag Day Original Motion Picture Soundtrack—HERE


 
The trailer just premiered today and includes the first single “My Father’s Daughter” by Olivia Vedder which was written by Glen Hansard & Eddie Vedder. As the daughter of Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder, Olivia makes her musical debut and showcases her powerful and singular voice of her own.


 
Watch the trailer featuring “My Father’s Daughter” HERE.


 
Be on the lookout for more info soon, including the full tracklisting.


 
Flag Day stars Dylan Penn, Sean Penn, Josh Brolin, Norbert Leo Butz, Dale Dickey, Eddie Marsan, Bailey Noble, Hopper Jack Penn, Katheryn Winnick.



ABOUT FLAG DAY:
Jennifer Vogel’s father John was larger than life. As a child, Jennifer marvelled at his magnetizing energy and ability to make life feel like a grand adventure. He taught her so much about love and joy, but he also happened to be the most notorious counterfeiter in US history. Based on a true story and directed by Sean Penn, Flag Day stars Penn and his real-life daughter Dylan Penn in an intimate family portrait about a young woman who struggles to rise above the wreckage of her past while reconciling the inescapable bond between a daughter and her father.