When he got down the gig for The Mandalorian last year, Ludwig Göransson had the arguably impossible task to get stuck into such a vast musical universe created by a single god. For more than 40 years and across 9 films, John Williams has been there the central character in the Skywalker Saga. This was further populating the galaxy with dozens of unforgettable themes. For the Force, for Darth Vader, for Yoda, there was everything in an elegant and neoclassical style. There are numerous people attached to Star Wars says Göransson- it’s something holy.
Even the video games and animated series William didn’t score are having been haunting by his Force ghost. When Michael Giacchino took on Rogue One in the year 2016, he was there doing his last John Williams Star Wars impression. When John Powell scored Solo, he was there but given a new theme for Williams for Han Solo and a mandate to chart a familiar course through the galaxy.
Furthermore, the score for Season 2 The Mandalorian leans into rock and roll heavy metal mood. This metal mood is there for Mando himself, and in the first episode, for Timothy Olyphant’s marshal. As in Season 1 each episode introduced a new word or set of characters, and the music follows suit. Season 2 coming out will also be there similar to Season 1. So, just wait and let your excitement be on top till the time there comes no further updates on Season 2 of The Mandalorian.