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Exclusive: Listen To The Album Stream Of Fall On Your Sword's Soundtrack To '28 Hotel Rooms'

The Playlist By Edward Davis | The Playlist November 1, 2012 at 12:58PM

Having composed moody and effervescent scores for "Another Earth," "Lola Versus," Ry Russo-Young's "You Won't Miss Me" and "Nobody Walks," and Keanu Reeves' upcoming indie "Generation Um…" Brooklyn-based electronic band Fall On Your Sword are quickly becoming the go-to outfit for indie film composing.
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28 Hotel Rooms, soundtrack

Having composed moody and effervescent scores for "Another Earth," "Lola Versus," Ry Russo-Young's "You Won't Miss Me" and "Nobody Walks," and Keanu Reeves' upcoming indie "Generation Um…" Brooklyn-based electronic band Fall On Your Sword are quickly becoming the go-to outfit for indie film composing.

Led by Will Bates and Philip Mossman -- Mossman being a founding member of LCD Soundsystem who played the MSG final show extravaganza -- LCD frontman James Murphy has said, "Fall On Your Sword are quite possibly the coolest thing on the planet at the moment." And their latest work is in the can: the score for Oscilloscope's upcoming indie drama "28 Hotel Rooms." And we've got an exclusive listen of the entire soundtrack album courtesy of Milan Records, which you can hear below in full. Due in stores and digitally November 6th, the album also includes the closing credit song “A Dash of Pixie Dust” by California-based singer/songwriter Kirk Ross and "True Blood" actress/singer  Lindsey Haun’s “Looking at You."

Directed by actor/filmmaker Matt Ross (perhaps best known for his role as Alby Grant on HBO's "Big Love"), "28 Hotels" is an intimate portrait of an affair in which two people wrestle with the intoxication of sex and the confusion of loving more than one person.The picture stars Chris Messina ("Ruby Sparks," "Argo") and Marin Ireland (known for a recent stint on Showtime's "Homeland") as a novelist and an accountant who meet while they are traveling for work. Though they both are in relationships, their one-night stand continues as they both travel and could potentially develop into something more. The film opens in Los Angeles on November 9th and and begins expansion in New York and other major cities on November 16th (more cities playing the film can be found here). But if you can check it out right now, it's currently available On Demandn and on iTunes. Below are the soundtrack's tracklist, the film's trailer and our exclusive album stream.

"28 Hotel Rooms" Soundtrack Tracklisting
1. I'm Never Gonna Call You
2. Elevator
3. Fireworks 4. Between The Sheets
5. The Blowjob Chronicles
6. Running Through Hallways
7. Time-lapse Weekend
8. First Night
9. Over The City
10. Naked On the Balcony
11. Five Night Stand
12. Reconciliation
13. Look At You by Lindsey Haun
14. A Dash of Pixie Dust by Kirk Ross

This article is related to: 28 Hotel Rooms, Fall On Your Sword, Soundtrack


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