Seize the Night – Original Soundtrack Release
On the path to becoming a big noise on the indie film scene American soundtrack composer Eric Elick has scored eight short films and a feature in just under two years. More projects are due to be announced later this year, but dear Flowers, Eric is about to have his first movie soundtrack release unleashed on you, the unsuspecting public and its the moody industrial score for Hothouse favourite Emma Dark’s award-winning British vampire vs werewolves action thriller Seize the Night. The short movie has already proved a hit with both critics and fans clocking up over 4,000 plays on Vimeo since its release, not to mention positive reactions at independent film shows and a festivals. The movie’s stand-alone soundtrack album release is in response to an unusually high demand from fans.
Eric said: ‘I’m excited to release the soundtrack to the public so that people have a way to enjoy the music when not necessarily watching the film, and to possibly introduce the film to a new audience who may have not been aware of the film before hearing the music.’
The digital download will be available to purchase from major on-line distributors from today (5 August 2016), and fans can keep up-to-date with developments by joining Eric’s Facebook event here .
Order the soundtrack from:
Eric Elick’s website
And if you haven’t seen Seize the Night yet