Bill Ryder-Jones' beautiful debut EP 'A Leave Taking Soundtrack' is now available as a free downloadhere. Herein,Jones made a leap into the field of orchestral music and landed firmly with an exquisite work that gives some indication of his forthcoming album.
Bill Ryder-Jones: ‘When I left the band I wasn't playing much music at all but in 2009 a friend got in touch asking if I would write something for this short he was making, which I did. It's pretty much the only thing I wrote that year but the process opened another world up to me. We thought it'd be nice to give it away to the people who have been interested in what I've been doing on my own and also to hint at the future a little bit. My album, which is a soundtrack inspired by a novel, is pretty much a progression from the things learnt when writing for Leave Taking.
Something To Believe Inwill bereleased as the new single from King Creosote on 20th October 2014.
Watch the accompanying video, featuring footage from the film ‘From Scotland With Love’ using the link above.
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Premiering at Venice Days 2014, Goob is the debut feature of director Guy Myhill, produced by EMU films' Mike Elliott and Lee Groombridge, stars recent BAFTA winner Sean Harris (Prometheus, Southcliffe), Sienna Guillory (Luther, Resident Evil Retribution) and first time actor Liam Springs as Goob.
Set in the beautiful and flat Norfolk landscape, the film follows Goob over a hot summer; a tale of divided family loyalties set against the dirty roar of stock car racing.
Music is provided by Domino Publishing's Luke Abbott.
TUESDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER 2014 - 7PM TO 11PM - OVAL SPACE.
Show your support for LSFF at a one-off evening of live music, short films and DJs, curated in partnership with Domino Publishing. Celebrate the death of summer and the sprint towards the 12th London Short Film Festival, January 2015.
The celebrated lyricist, Edwyn Collins could only say two phrases after waking up: 'Grace Maxwell' and 'The Possibilities Are Endless'. This is the incredible story of Collins, a songwriter who had the contents of his mind effectively deleted after experiencing a stroke.
The film's soundtrack features 'Rip It Up' by Orange Juice.
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