Brian Eno Announces New Compilation ‘Film Music 1976 – 2020’

    Brian Eno has announced the first-ever compilation of his work for film and television. Titled Film Music 1976 – 2020, the collection includes both classic and lesser-known compositions in addition to seven previously unreleased recordings. It arrives November 13 via UMC. Below, listen to ‘Ship in a Bottle’, a newly unveiled recording from Peter Jackson’s 2009 film The Lovely Bones, and scroll down for the collection’s tracklist and cover art.

    Film Music includes collaborations with filmmakers such as David Lynch (Dune’s ‘Prophecy Theme’), Michelangelo Antonioni (Beyond the Clouds’ ‘Beach Sequence’), Derek Jarman (Jubilee’s ‘Dover Beach’), Michael Mann (Heat’s ‘Late Evening in Jersey’) and Jonathan Demme (a cover of ‘You Don’t Miss Your Water’ from Married to the Mob), among others.

    Over the course of his five-decade career, Eno has composed the score for 20 films. More recently, the producer reunited with his brother Roger Eno for the Mixing Colour LP.

    Film Music 1976-2020 Tracklist:

    1. Top Boy (Theme) (2:30) from Top Boy – Season 1 *
    2. Ship in A Bottle (2:43) from The Lovely Bones *
    3. Blood Red (3:15) from Francis Bacon’s Arena *
    4. Under (5:20) from Cool World
    5. Decline and Fall (3:35) from O Nome da Morte *
    6. Prophecy Theme (4:22) from Dune
    7. Reasonable Question (2:41) from We Are As Gods *
    8. Late Evening in Jersey (4:38) from Heat
    9. Beach Sequence (3:32) from Beyond The Clouds
    10. You Don’t Miss Your Water (3:46) from Married to the Mob
    11. Deep Blue Day (3:59) from Trainspotting
    12. The Sombre (4:28) from Top Boy Season 2 *
    13. Dover Beach (4:45) from Jubilee
    14. Design as Reduction (4:19) from RAMS
    15. Undersea Steps (4:06) from Natural World – Hammerhead *
    16. Final Sunset (4:11) from Sebastiane
    17. An Ending ( Ascent ) (4:24) from For All Mankind

    * Previously Unreleased

    Film Music 1976-2020 Cover Artwork:

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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