James Gray's hotly-anticipated space epic, Ad Astra, is due out in theaters next week. To get fans further psyched about the film, 20th Century Fox today shares a captivating new visual scored by none other than Dev Hynes.

Titled "Sounds of Space," Hynes makes use of just that, utilizing NASA library sounds to create a hypnotic and moody track. In short, Hynes was able to take actual sounds from space, including planetary radio emissions and archival vocals from space missions, and piece them together to complete the score.

Ad Astra stars Brad Pitt as Roy McBride, who journeys into space to locate his missing father roughly 30 years after his disappearance. Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga, Liv Tyler, and Donald Sutherland feature alongside Pitt in the movie, which is directed by James Gray.

Ad Astra arrives in theaters everywhere September 20.

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