Lakeshore Records has released Rebuilding Paradise—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, available now digitally on all major music services. The music is by award-winning composers Hans Zimmer (The Lion King, No Time To Die, Dune) and Lorne Balfe (Mission Impossible—Fallout, Black Widow). Their evocatively orchestrated score provides an emotive backdrop to the film, from Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard, which chronicles the destruction of the city of Paradise, California by devastating fires and the residents’ efforts to restore it. The Playlist calls Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe “the two best composers working today.” Below is the full album link.
Rebuilding Paradise will have its broadcast commercial-free premiere Sunday, Nov. 8 at 9/8c on National Geographic Channel. Proceeds from the sales of the album will be donated to the Paradise Rotary Foundation, Butte Strong Foundation and Camp Fire Collaborative.
Though there are awards predictions and buzz around Ron Howard’s upcoming film, “Hillbilly Elegy,” that drama may not be his best film of 2020. You see, the filmmaker has already released “Rebuilding Paradise,” a heartwarming documentary about a town that unites to rebuild after a terrible tragedy. And if that wasn’t enough to interest you, how about the fact that two of the best film composers working today, Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe, collaborated on the score? – The Playlist
Lakeshore Records will release Rebuilding Paradise—Original Motion Picture Soundtrack digitally on November 6. The music is by award-winning composers Hans Zimmer (The Lion King, No Time To Die, Dune) and Lorne Balfe(Mission Impossible—Fallout, Black Widow). Their evocatively orchestrated score provides an emotive backdrop to the film, from Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard, which chronicles the destruction of the city of Paradise, California by devastating fires and the residents’ efforts to restore it.
Listen to “Rebuilding Paradise” exclusively now at The Playlist.
Lakeshore Records congratulates our soundtrack partners Sea of Shadows (National Geographic) and Composer H. Scott Salinas (Cartel Land) on their two Best Score nominations from the Critic’s Choice Association Documentary Awards and International Documentary Association (IDA)! Co-directed by Richard Ladkani and Sean Bogle, the Sundance-winning film received four (4) Critic’s Choice and two (2) IDA Awards nominations in all, including Best Documentary and Best Feature nominations from both awards, respectively.
The Critic’s Choice Awards will take place on Sunday, November 10, 2019 at BRIC in Brooklyn, New York, whereas the IDA Documentary Awards will take place on December 7, 2019 at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles (tickets).
Read on to listen to the critically-acclaimed score and more.
Earth Day can be a time of reflection, education or re-commitment to the world we live in. Lakeshore Records is proud to have partnered with filmmakers and composers on climate change and environmental projects such as through last year’s Before The Flood release in which we, along with composers Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, Gustavo Santaolalla and Mogwai, helped raise $10k for terrapass, a charity that works to offset carbon emissions.
This year, we are pleased to present National Geographic’s A Symphony For Our World, which premieres tonight. This, and other Earth Day films below feature music by some of the world’s most celebrated musicians and composers.
Can you believe it’s been a year since Lakeshore Records teamed up with record stores around the country to present the release of Before The Flood in support of terrapass? The album features score by Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, Gustavo Santaolalla and Mogwai was an international collaboration for Leonardo DiCaprio’s climate change documentary, Executive Produced by Martin Scorsese and directed by Academy Award winner Fisher Stevens, the climate change documentary and the beautiful score is a solid choice to cue up for this Earth Day.