Anton Yelchin Documentary Love, Antosha to Feature Music by the Late Actor

Anton Yelchin in  Star Trek (2009)

Anton Yelchin in Star Trek (2009)

The soundtrack to the Anton Yelchin documentary Love, Antosha is available to stream or buy, now, featuring music by the late actor.

The Hollywood Reporter brought us a story earlier this week about the soundtrack’s release, and noted that it would feature music by Yelchin and his punk band, The Hammerheads. The story also included a clip from the documentary, of Yelchin’s former bandmates’ memories of him. One band member recalled, “Every time he came over, he brought about three songs with him, and he would play them three different ways. It doesn’t matter how good you are, literally when you get together and share creativity in that way, something happens. We’re like a unit.”

The film’s soundtrack was released Tuesday, with the album launch party being held at Gold Diggers bar, hotel and recording studio in East Hollywood, on Tuesday night. If you’d like to listen to the album for yourself, it’s available to stream widely now, and according to Love, Antosha on social media, should be available on vinyl soon.

Alison Pitt