Today, Jack Antonoff took to Instagram to confirm rumors that the mysterious posters plastered around London are indeed promotions for his work on the Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack. The posters had little information about the project except for artists’ names, Antonoff’s producing credit, the words “Coming Soon” and ’70s style colorful imagery with a few minions here and there.

“proud to announce the soundtrack i made for minions: the rise of gru. my favorite 70s songs performed by my favorite artists + an original i wrote with sam dew, patrik berger and kevin parker performed by ✨diana ross✨ and ✨tame impala✨ called ‘turn up the sunshine,'” wrote Antonoff in the post. “recording sessions for these were some of the most special and bizarre ….. stories one day :). cannot wait to start sharing these songs. starting may 20th they’re gonna be coming out here and there and then full soundtrack july 1st.”

Antonoff went on to share the tracklist off the upcoming project which includes the aforementioned original with Diana Ross and Tame Impala “Turn Up the Sunshine,” Earth, Wind & Fire “Shining Star” covered by Brittany Howard ft. Verdine White, Lipps Inc.’s “Funkytown,” covered by St. Vincent, Kool & The Gang’s “Hollywood Swinging,” covered by BROCKHAMPTON, Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto’s “Desafinado,” tackled by Kali Uchis, Nancy Sinatra’s “Bang Bang,” handled by Caroline Polachek, Steve Miller Band’s iconic “Fly Like an Eagle,” covered by Thundercat, The Ides of March’s “Vehicle,” revamped by Gary Clark Jr., The Carpenters’ “Goodbye to Love,” covered by Phoebe Bridgers and more.

There are 19 tracks altogether which were recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York and Conway in Los Angeles. See the full tracklist below.

See Antonoff’s post below:

Minions: The Rise of Gru Soundtrack

1. “Turn Up the Sunshine,” Diana Ross ft. Tame Impala

2. “Shining Star,” Brittany Howard ft. Verdine White (Earth, Wind & Fire, 1975)

3. “Funkytown,” St. Vincent (Lipps Inc., 1979)

4. “Hollywood Swinging,” Brockhampton (Kool & The Gang, 1974)

5. “Desafinado,” Kali Uchis (Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto, 1959)

6. “Bang Bang,” Caroline Polachek (Nancy Sinatra, 1966)

7. “Fly Like an Eagle,” Thundercat (Steve Miller Band, 1976)

8. “Goodbye to Love,” Phoebe Bridgers (The Carpenters, 1972)

9. “Instant Karma!,” Bleachers (John Lennon, 1970)

10. “You’re No Good,” Weyes Blood (Linda Ronstadt, 1975)

11. “Vehicle,” Gary Clark Jr. (The Ides of March, 1970)

12. “Dance to the Music,” H.E.R. (Sly and The Family Stone, 1967)

13. “Black Magic Woman,” Tierra Whack (Santana, 1970)

14. “Cool,” Verdine White

15. “Born to Be Alive,” Jackson Wang (Patrick Hernandez, 1979)

16. “Cecilia,” The Minions (Simon & Garfunkel, 1970)

17. “Bang Bang,” G.E.M. (Nancy Sinatra, 1966)

18. “Kung Fu Suite,” RZA

19. “Minions: The Rise of Gru Score Suite,” Heitor Pereira