Lakeshore Podcast: Brian Tyler Tackles ‘Five Feet Apart’ and ‘What Men Want’ | Birth.Movies.Death

Tony goes mano e mano with Brian Tyler as they discuss his latest foray into his romance with two of his latest scores which can be eloquently beautiful, tender, and emotional, modern, funny, and when it calls for it…funky. – Score Keeper, Birth.Movies.Apart

In this latest composer interview, Tony Giles chats with the very busy Brian Tyler, whose latest scores to Five Feet Apart and What Men Want are released on Lakeshore Records. Listen in now at Birth.Movies.Death as Brian explains what he would agree are scores which are a departure to what film music fans are used to hearing from him throughout his career. In particular, his Five Feet Apart was approached as a concept album in collaboration with co-composer Breton Vivian. See our previous announcement about Five Feet Apart here.

Five Feet Apart – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack releases digitally worldwide on Friday, March 15, with the instant-grat track, Kate Davis’ cover of the jazz standard, “My Baby Just Cares For Me” available on iTunes.

Pre-order the Five Feet Apart Soundtrack: [iTunes]

CBS Films and Lionsgate present FIVE FEET APART, opening in theaters Friday, March 15 (get tickets).

Get the What Men Want Soundtrack: [Download/Listen]

Watch Brian Tyler Perform “Boom” For The What Men Want Soundtrack:

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