Explosions in the Sky & David Wingo Collaborate on PRINCE AVALANCHE
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Explosions In The Sky and David Wingo, the creative forces behind Prince Avalanche: An Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, have premiered a gorgeous teaser trailer featuring a track from their collaborative score of the film Prince Avalanche on RollingStone.com.
Filmed and edited by Steve Pedulla, the clip features the song "Wading"--one of 15 original compositions from the soundtrack. The video's stark yet serene minimalism perfectly compliments Wingo and the band's bewitchingly ambient aesthetic. It incorporates the shoot location of Prince Avalanche, the barren aftermath of the devastating 2011 Bastrop, TX wildfires, making an excellent visual precursor to the collection of 15 original compositions inspired by the film. See below for complete track listing:
2. Theme From Prince Avalanche
3. Dear Madison
4. Passing Time
6. Alone Time
7. Hello, Is This Your House?
8. Can't We Just Listen To The Silence
10. Dear Alvin
11. The Lines On The Road That Lead You Back Home
12. An Old Peasant Like Me
13. Join Me On My Avalanche
14. The Adventures Of Alvin and Lance
15. Send Off
Explosions In The Sky is currently taking its live show-described by The New Yorker as "one of the most ecstatic displays of loud rock I've ever seen"-on a limited run of summer dates in Brazil, Portugal, Canada and the US-- including four additional shows just announced for New England.
The band will be supporting Nine Inch Nails for much of the tour, see below for all announced dates. The touring kicks off with an August 3 appearance at the Osheaga Festival in Montreal, just days before the release of Prince Avalanche.