Daisy Jones and the Six TV show gets fans buzzing with new drop
Seattle, Washington - The TV adaptation of the book Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid is right around the corner, and a new look at the show has book fans buzzing!
It's time to get the band back together!
The 2019 novel, which follows a fictional 1970s rock band, was a massive hit upon its release and has enjoyed steady popularity thanks to social media and BookTok, AKA book lovers on TikTok.
Fans have been clamoring for more updates on the new show, and they've now gotten even more than they bargained for with a major surprise - or two.
One of the most anticipated elements of the TV adaptation has been, of course, its soundtrack. With the likes of Phoebe Bridgers and Marcus Mumford on board to create the fictional band's album, Aurora, things were looking bright from the start.
The lead single for the show, Regret Me, unexpectedly hit streaming platforms on Wednesday, and fans already can't get enough of the soundtrack's epic Fleetwood Mac-style sound.
But the gifts didn't stop there: fans got a new trailer, too.
Fans react to the first track from Daisy Jones and the Six
Daisy Jones already has quite the fanbase, and the unexpected drop of not only its lead song but new trailer has led to even more buzz online.
"daisy jones and the six renewing my faith in book adaptations i love it here," one fan wrote.
But as with any book-to-screen adaptation, changes are inevitable, and fans were quick to pick up on a few noteworthy alterations to the Regret Me lyrics featured in the novel.
Perhaps most tragically, the iconic lyric, "When you think of me, I hope it ruins rock 'n roll," didn't make the final cut.
Regardless, the song certainly stands up to fan expectations, and they will surely be counting down the days until the album is dropped in full.
Aurora will feature 11 tracks in total, and its release will coincide with the series premiere on March 3 on Amazon Prime Video.
In keeping with the 1970s era of the show, a vinyl edition of the album is also available for preorder.
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