We've received a good amount of updates over the last few weeks on what to expect at Galaxy's Edge once it opens at Disney's Hollywood Studios. But now we can get a taste of how entering Black Spire Outpost on the planet of Batuu will sound like. Earlier this week, Disney and Lucasfilm released a track of music composed by the legendary John Williams that will be featured within the land itself. The symphonic suite is a five-minute track of melodies inspired by the grander score developed exclusively for this land. While you may not here iconic tunes from the saga, this sample certainly does sound like the Star Wars franchise and how exciting that John Williams himself hopped aboard this epic project.
To hear a sample of this suite, click here. Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Symphonic Suite is now available on Apple Music if you're a subscriber. The service costs $9.99 per month in the US for a single user or $14.99 per month for a family subscription which is available for up to six people linked on the same family profile. Apple Music features over 45 million songs that you can listen to at any time. Alternatively, you can purchase this single track on iTunes for $1.29. However, I would hold out if you're looking to purchase the track. It's possible Disney will release a wider album featuring more songs from within the land. But no official confirmation on that just yet.