Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros' Alexander Ebert Scores Robert Redford Film 'All Is Lost'
Published Sep 11, 2013Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros leader Alexander Ebert will follow his band's recent self-titled album with a new film score for the upcoming Robert Redford thriller All Is Lost. The soundtrack arrives October 1 via Community Music.
A press release notes that the score, composed and produced by Ebert, features 10 original compositions and one new song. You can stream the latter — a devastating, strings-and-piano-flitting torch song called "Amen" — below.
Written and directed by J.C. Chandor, All Is Lost is described as "an open-water thriller about one man's [Redford's] battle for survival against the elements after his sailboat is destroyed at sea."
The film hits screens October 18. You'll find a trailer at the bottom of the page.
"This project was a dream, an open space to play in but also space to listen to the elements — wind, water, rain sun, are the story's other characters to me," Ebert said in a statement. "I knew I had quite a task ahead of me: to at once allow the elements to sing and to give Redford a voice with which to, once in awhile, respond."
Ebert's last solo project was his 2011 set Alexander.
All Is Lost Original Motion Picture Soundtrack:
2. All Is Lost
3. Virginia's Dream
4. The Infinite Bleed
5. The Invisible Man
6. Pulse of the Weight
7. Dance of the Lilies
8. The Instincts of Boredom
9. Somewhere in the Midnight of Summer
10. Excelsior and the All Day Man