Lakeshore Records will release a soundtrack album for David Michod’s dramatic thriller The Rover. The album features the film’s original music composed and arranged by Antony Partos (99 Homes, Adore, Disgrace) who previously scored the director’s last feature Animal Kingdom.
Also included is additional music composed and performed by Tom Petty, as well as tracks by Tortoise, Colin Stetson, Matthias Loibner and William Basinski.
The soundtrack will be released digitally on October 7 and physically on November 11.
Here’s the album track list:
1. Four-Day Interval – Tortoise
2. Arrival – Antony Partos
3. (No) Vacancy – Sam Petty
4. Crossfire – Sam Petty
5. Campfire – Antony Partos
6. Groundswell – Colin Stetson
7. Pit Stop – Antony Partos
8. Deja Vu – Sam Petty
9. Homecoming – Antony Partos
10. Bonfire – Antony Partos
11. Crystal Waters – Matthias Loibner
12. Two Themes For Rey – Sam Petty
13. Motel – Antony Partos
14. Variation V – William Basinski
The Roveris available to purchase on DVD & Blu-Ray in the US from today so make sure to grab yourself a copy. You can order using the Amazon links below.
Also if you’re in the UK you can pre-order yours now on AmazonUK (using the link below).
The British Board of Film Classification are listing November 3rd as a release date (we’ll update if there’s any confirmation/more info on that).
The Awards recognise the creation of outstanding screen content; celebrate the skill, accomplishment, imagination and passion of its Production Businesses; and aim to increase awareness of the role producers play in creating Australian screen stories.
The Award recipients will be revealed at the prestigious Screen Producers Australia Awards taking place at the Palladium at Crown in Melbourne, on Tuesday, 18 November 2014 as part of the 29th SCREEN FOREVER Conference.
If you want to see the full list of finalists, check them out HERE.
Also don’t forget, those of you in the US will be able to purchase The Rover on DVD and BluRay from tomorrow. Here’s a sneak peek at the Behind The Scenes extras that are featured.
And if you still haven’t ordered your copy you can do so using the links below.
There’s some great Behind The Scenes footage from The Rover in this video from Media Super.
David Field who plays Archie also features talking about his character and the movie.
It starts around the 8:40 mark
France: May 21 (limited)/June 4
Belgium: June 4
Australia: June 12
Netherlands: June 12
LA/NYC: June 13
Denmark: June 19
Serbia: June 19
US/Canada: June 20
Turkey: July 4
Russia: July 17
Czech: July 24
Brazil: August 7
UK: August 15
Ireland: August 15
Italy: August 28