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The soundtrack from King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, a 2017 Movie, tracklist, listen to all full soundtrack songs, play 32 full OST music & 1 trailer tracks. View who sings all the songs, stream additional tunes playlist, and credits used in the movie. Read scene descriptions after the film plays at the cinema.

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original release date: May 5, 2017
Label: WaterTower Music

Original music composed by Daniel Pemberton

1. From Nothing Comes a King

2. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

3. Growing Up Londinium

4. Jackseye’s Tale

5. The Story of Mordred

6. Vortigen and the Syrens

7. The Legend of Excalibur

8. Seasoned Oak

9. The Vikings & The Barons

10. The Politics & The Life

11. Tower & Power

12. The Born King

13. Assassins Breathe

14. Run Londinium

15. Fireball

16. Journey to the Caves

17. The Wolf & The Hanged Men

18. Camelot in Flames

19. The Lady in the Lake

20. The Darklands

21. Revelation

22. King Arthur: Destiny of the Sword

23. The Power of Excalibur

24. Knights of the Round Table

25. King Arthur: The Coronation

26. The Devil & The Huntsman (with Sam Lee)

27. The Ballad of Londinium (Bonus Track)

28. Riot & Flames (Bonus Track)

29. Anger (Bonus Track)

30. Cave Fight (Bonus Track)

31. Confrontation with the Common Man (Bonus Track)

32. The Devil & The Daughter (Bonus Track)

Listen to the full score songs from King Arthur: Legend of the Sword in a playlist

Song credits – Additional film music – songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list,
but are playing in the movie.
Listen to full songs (where available)

1. Discovery – Ryan Taubert
2. Confronted Truth – Ryan Taubert

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Film information
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Release date (wide): 12 May 2017
Runtime: 2h 6min

Watch the trailer for King Arthur: Legend of the Sword


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  1. Erich Cardova September 1, 2018

    Don’t wear seat belts lest you drown in your own urine?

  2. Lyman Shamlin September 1, 2018

    Black on black in the Charger I’m creepin’ Rub me the right way, you might get a genie B.o.B, black Houdini https://php665.com/

  3. Soo Rike August 30, 2018

    Black on black in the Charg I’m creepin’ Rub me the right way, you might get a genie B.o.B, black Houdini

  4. Jessica January 4, 2018

    what song is playing at the end when they confront the king?

  5. Nicole McElroy September 23, 2017

    Who is the lady singing in the opening battle scene?

    1. soundtrackmania September 23, 2017

      The song is ‘The Politics & The Life’ by Daniel Pemberton & Gareth Williams. The score is performed by Chamber Orchestra of London, so it must be someone from the Orchestra. there is no other info on this

  6. Joshua August 23, 2017

    Wat is song played when Arthur fights vortigen final fight

  7. dave July 4, 2017

    Can someone tell me the original name of the song : the born king composed by Daniel pemberton

  8. Dillon May 31, 2017

    I don’t know what song or soundtrack it is. It plays just after Arthur is thrown from the horse and the Mage says put him back on his horse. As it shows their journey. Slows as he talks with the Mage about how he though she would be taller & have a beard. Resumes & ends before they arrive at the caves. Sorry I’ve been looking for the song for a while but can’t seem to find it.

    1. soundtrackmania May 31, 2017

      there’s actually a track called ‘Journey to the Caves’ – so that one is yours. listen to the full song in the playlist

      1. Dillon May 31, 2017

        I’ve listened to it before. The only problem is it sounds different. Perhaps a different version. The soundtrack comes on shortly after Arthur asks are you falling for me like I’m falling for you.

      2. pooria August 1, 2017

        no its not

  9. Chris May 30, 2017

    What is the name of the song in the final credits?

    1. soundtrackmania May 30, 2017

      number 32, the last one in the list, ‘The Devil & The Daughter’. the one at the end of the movie is ‘King Arthur: The Coronation’

      1. Chris May 30, 2017

        Thank you! Wish they listed them in the soundtrack in the order they played in the film. There are several that sound similar and I couldn’t figure it out. 🙂

        1. soundtrackmania May 30, 2017

          oh but they are in order. it’s just that the bonus tracks are a ‘bonus’, so the order is respected until the bonus tracks appear

  10. Lana May 27, 2017

    Which song is playing during the scene when the giant snake breaks into the castle after Arthur surends himself?
    That music made such an impact on the scene! Any help is much appreciated 🙂

    1. soundtrackmania May 27, 2017

      that should be ‘The Ballad of Londinium’, which plays right after ‘The Devil & The Huntsman’

  11. Paul May 26, 2017

    When Arthur is crossing the bridge, surrendering himself.
    What song is being played?

    1. henri k May 27, 2017

      Song 26 – the devil and huntsman.

    2. Hayley May 27, 2017

      If I remember correctly, it was “The Wild Wild Berry” by Sam Lee — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C4aB9Zylms

    3. soundtrackmania May 27, 2017

      The Devil & The Huntsman – Daniel Pemberton (with Sam Lee)

  12. Amber May 21, 2017

    Hello! I just watched the movie yesterday in theater and I felt in love with one of the firsts songs but I cannot find it in the playlist. It is playing during the scene when Mordred attacks Carmelot and Uther fights with him. Lyrics were in a Celtic language. Thanks for your help

    1. soundtrackmania May 21, 2017

      yes, it is on the list, it is number 10, “The Politics & The Life”. it also has a scene description. you can listen to it in full. enjoy!

      1. Amber May 22, 2017

        Thank you very much! I’m really sorry I didn’t notice it

        1. soundtrackmania May 22, 2017

          you’re very welcome!

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