The Girl From The Song movie has just been made available worldwide via Netflix.
The film stars Lewis Rainer, Josephine Berry, Charlotte Atkinson, Charles MacGechan, and is directed by Ibai Abad.
Film synopsis: When an aspiring musician falls for a carefree college student, he follows her from London to the Nevada desert to declare his love to her and find himself.
Album name: The Girl From The Song (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Artist/Composer: Daniel Gadd (Additional music by Osmosis & Lewis Rainer)
Single name: What If I Turn
Artist/Composer: Daniel Gadd
Exclusively via Bandcamp. To hear the music please click the links below. Out now.
Daniel Gadd on composing the score:
"The plot was one of the main things that made The Girl From The Song so much fun to compose for. The script was written by Elisabet Mainez and Natalia Durån and the story is a modern retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus & Eurydice, so each character has an extra layer of meaning behind them and a whole wealth of external information to draw musical ideas and inspiration from. For example, there’s a character that represents Persephone, the queen of the underworld and there’s a scene in the film where she’s performing a kinda seductive dance. We had the idea of layering these dark, menacing string sounds underneath the music to show her intentions and create a feeling of snakes writhing. Images like that don’t exist in the movie but are highly symbolic and come very easily when you’re thinking in terms of the underlying myth instead. So being able to draw from mythology like that and not just write for exactly what you see on screen is really great," says Daniel Gadd.
- The soundtrack recordings follow the release of Daniel Gadd's highly acclaimed debut album As If In A Dream I Drifted At Sea in 2017
- Daniel will soon be recording his second non-soundtrack album...