Have you tuned into the highly-anticipated holiday special, Robin Robin? The animated feature from the geniuses at Aardman Animations premiered their new film on November 24. Check out this special music video for “Robin’s Song”:
“Robin’s Song” can be found on Robin Robin–Original Motion Picture Soundtrack — out now via Lakeshore Records! Do you have a favorite song yet?
The animation as one would expect is gorgeous and the voice performances from Richard E. Grant as Magpie who takes Robin under his wing and Gillian Anderson as a menacing cat are first rate. – Flickering Myth
From legendary animation studio, Aardman Animation comes Robin Robin, the forthcoming holiday stop-motion film that’s sure to delight the family! If Aardman sounds familiar, they are known for iconic stop-motion films such as Shaun the Sheep, Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit. Watch the cute-as-a-button film trailer (below) which premiered on Monday at the BFI London Film Festival.
Robin Robin premieres November 24 on Netflix! Set your reminder here.
The trailer also puts on proud display the artisanal animation style that Aardman — the studio behind films such as Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit and Chicken Run — is known for. – Collider
The charming half-hour short, which features the voices of Gillian Anderson and Richard E. Grant, tells the story of a baby robin (called Robin) who is adopted by a family of thieving mice – Variety
‘”Netflix’s ‘Robin Robin’ is the stop-motion wonderland of your holiday dreams” – Mashasble
Robin Robin, a holiday special from Aardman Animation, makers of Shaun the Sheep, Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit. “Starring Gillian Anderson, Richard E Grant, Bronte Carmichael and Adeel Akhtar.”
When her egg fortuitously rolls into a rubbish dump, Robin is raised by a loving family of mice. As she grows up, her differences become more apparent. Robin sets off on the heist to end all heists to prove to her family that she can be a really good mouse – but ends up discovering who she really is.
The [Elsewhere] record is a collection of atmospheric, guitar-driven instrumentals. The whole thing has a killer shoegaze vibe, like My Bloody Valentine with the sharp edges sanded down in a way that allows you to kick back and let the waves of distorted tone wash over you. [The Jejune Institute] music occasionally warps in interesting ways, sounding like it’s being played from a worn-out VHS tape or a cassette left in the back seat of your car for too long. The atmosphere built on this album is as compelling as its sister record, but achieved in such a completely different sound. – Under The Radar
If you’re someone that recently concluded the first season of Jason Segel’sAMC TV series, “Dispatches from Elsewhere,” you know the show is incredibly strange (in a good way). The mysterious, fantastical series doesn’t play by typical storytelling rules, and it appears that offbeat sensibility extends to the release of the scores, as well. Yes, scores, as in plural. – The Playlist
Your quest begins here. Dispatches From Elsewhere: Music From The Elsewhere Society, and Dispatches From Elsewhere: Music From The Jejune Institute is available now on all major digital music services on Lakeshore Records. The soundtracks to the surreal AMC Series created by Jason Segel features score by Atticus Ross, Leopold Ross and Claudia Sarne (Earthquake Bird, The Book of Eil). The critically-acclaimed series has received numerous accolades, and called “game-changing” (The AV Club) and “Twin Peaks meets Alice In Wonderland” (The Guardian). See the album music players and download links below.
Watch all episodes of Dispatches From Elsewhere now on AMC.com.