Explosions in the Sky and composer David Wingo are well known for their sprawling sonic landscapes, and to score the film Prince Avalanche, the collaborators used those skills to create an imaginative and immersive experience. Take a look at the exclusive video for “Wading,” where Explosions in the Sky and Wingo let their haunting instrumental wash over a fire-ravaged forest, a nod to the isolated setting of Prince Avalanche.
Explosions in the Sky, along with composer David Wingo, have scored David Gordon Green’s new movie Prince Avalanche.
Last year our good friend David gathered a small crew of people and wandered out into the woods of Bastrop, Texas to make a movie called Prince Avalanche. He then asked us to team up with our other good friend who is also named David to write the musical score. So we set up a makeshift recording studio in Munaf’s living room and did just that. Over the course of a few weeks we wrote and recorded a pretty good amount of new music, and we’re happy to announce that Temporary Residence will be releasing it all as a soundtrack album on August 6th. The movie itself comes out on August 9th, and we think you’ll like it. It’s funny and sad and odd and beautiful and we’re honored to be a part of it.
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- Theme From Prince Avalanche
- Dear Madison
- Passing Time
- Alone Time
- Hello, Is This Your House?
- Can’t We Just Listen to the Silence
- Dear Alvin
- The Lines on the Road That Lead You Back Home
- An Old Peasant Like Me
- Join Me on My Avalanche
- The Adventures of Alvin and Lance
- Send Off
Explosions in the Sky, LIVE.
|—||Munaf Rayani, of Explosions in the Sky|
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