The film “Call Me By Your Name” was an indie-drama that garnered critical acclaim for its lead actors Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer, and as much for its eclectic soundtrack. The film’s soundtrack is getting a unique vinyl release inspired by the film’s most famous—if not infamous—scene.
The record is both peach-hued and peach-scented, as Billboard notes and the new version of the soundtrack comes out August 3, but only 7,777 copies of it will be released — and “only in peach harvest season,” according to Music on Vinyl, the company producing it. The double-LP set will be issued on peach-colored 180-gram audiophile vinyl and housed in a peach-scented package in homage to the now-iconic peach scene.
The hypnotic soundtrack includes three songs by Sufjan Stevens, including “Mystery of Love,” which reached No. 13 on the Hot Rock Songs chart and was nominated for the Academy Award for best original song.
In total, Call Me by Your Name picked up four Academy Award nominations at the 2018 Academy Awards: best picture, best actor (Timothée Chalamet), best adapted screenplay (James Ivory) and best original song. The movie took home the Oscar for adapted screenplay.