Lakeshore Records has released Supernova—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, available now digitally on all major music services! Composed by cult folk rock hero, artist and poet Keaton Henson, the score dives deep into the heart of the moving and heartbreaking film with an immaculate and evocative presentation of strings and piano. Keep reading to view the album purchase and listening links, tracklist, and learn more about Keaton Henson below.
The film was written and directed by Harry MacQueen and stars Colin Firth and Stanley Tucci. The film was produced by Quiddity Films and The Bureau and is now playing in theaters via Bleeker Street.
Catch the Coen Brothers film Gambit now on Netflix, and grab the soundtrack by Lakeshore Records. Scored by Rolfe Kent (Reign Over Me, Thank You For Smoking, The Hunting Party), with music from Robby Armstrong, Peggy Lee and Moe Brandy, the classy soundtrack is a smart, sassy and groovy accompaniment to this modern take on the 1966 film (which starred Michael Caine and Shirley MacLaine), is an easy watch for the Independence Day weekend.
If you’re going to con your boss, who happens to be an eccentric multi-millionaire (played deliciously by Alan Rickman), hiring the effervescent Cameron Diaz to help make it happen could be the best choice ever, unless of course, the boss is superbly charming and Diaz’s (“PJ”) happens to be a dead ringer for his deceased wife. With the disgruntled art collector (Colin Firth) driving the heist, hilarity is sure to ensue. Also not to be missed: Stanley Tucci’s arty “German” character.
Out now: download your copy of the new Lakeshore Records soundtrack, Gambit, from the movie starring Alan Rickman (Nobel Son), Colin Firth (Emperor) and Cameron Diaz (Focus Features 10: Sex Tape). Scored by Rolfe Kent (Reign Over Me) and original songs by Robby Armstrong, the album exudes class and a sense of upbeat comedic rhythm reminiscent of films from decades past. Is this a modern remake of the 1966 film by the same name? Watch Gambit (watch it on vudu) and decide for yourself. The music itself has a timeless quality that you will want to maintain on your regular playlist.
What happens when a high-level art collector (Colin Firth) decides to hire a rodeo queen (Cameron Diaz) to help rob his ridiculously wealthy and charming boss (Alan Rickman)?