Premiere: Hugo Nicolson Debuts ‘Lost Transmissions’ Cue For Forthcoming Soundtrack | Vehlinggo

Lost Transmissions - Hugo Nicolson | Lakeshore Records

On the kosmische-infused “Justice Is Done,” the Grammy- and Mercury Prize-winning Nicolson blends a barrage of captivating synths and intricate guitar arpeggios to create a transcendent crescendo of colorful introspection. – Vehlinggo 

Ahead of the release of Lost Transmissions – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, listen to the debut track, “Justice Is Done” exclusively now at Vehlinggo! The album features original score by the film’s composer,  Grammy® and Mercury Prize-winning composer Hugo Nicolson (Primal Scream, Julian Cope).  Also appearing on the soundtrack is the song “Goodnight Not Goodbye” performed by IO Echo, written by Ioanna Gika, Leopold Ross and Daniel Heath.

Lakeshore Records will release the album digitally on Friday, March 13.  See the film score pre-save link, track list and more below.

Gravitas Ventures presents LOST TRANSMISSIONS, in select theaters and On Demand (pre-order here) Friday, March 13.

 

Pre-save the album: [Digital]

Lost Transmissions (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 

Hugo Nicolson 

  1. Intro
  2. It’s Okay
  3. Swarm Over Into Essence
  4. Poignant Willow
  5. Not Left Behind
  6. Imperatively Clear
  7. Thread Your Heart
  8. Above Below
  9. Justice Is Done
  10. 10. You Can See Me
  11. 11. Time To Think
  12. 12. All Too Familiar
  13. Goodnight Not Goodbye – IO Echo

Hannah (Juno Temple), a shy songwriter, discovers that her friend, respected record producer Theo Ross (Simon Pegg), has lapsed on his medication for schizophrenia. Hannah rallies a group of friends to help commit Theo to a psychiatric facility, chasing him as he outruns his colorful delusions through the glamour and grit of Los Angeles. From the highs of rock ‘n’ roll to rock bottom, it’s a story of the unsung heroes behind the hits and the inadequacies of our mental health system.
 
Based on a true story, Lost Transmissions is an intimate look at human emotions and the devastating reality of treating mental illness in a system that doesn’t seem equipped to deal with it. The film is shot entirely on hand-held camera, creating a naturalistic look that captures the immediacy of the characters’ experiences as well as the energy of modern-day Los Angeles.  

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