Stuart A. Staples - Music for Claire Denis' High Life
Claire Denis’ highly anticipated first English Language film High life will be released in the Spring of 2019. The film was written and directed by Denis and stars Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche in the lead roles. The story focuses on a group of criminals who are tricked into believing they will be freed if they participate in a mission to travel on a spaceship towards a black hole to find an alternate energy source while being sexually experimented on by the scientists on board.
The soundtrack to the film was created by Stuart A. Staples of Tindersticks and is released in via City Slang. ‘Willow’ performed by Tindersticks and featuring guest vocals from Robert Pattison was written for the final scene of the film.
There will also be a limited edition 7 inch released as part of Record Store Day on April 13th.
A1. The Garden
A2. Willow lullaby
A3. System report
A4. High life main title
A5. River flashback
A7. The fuck box
A8. Bad genes / Revolution
A10. Rape of Boyse
A12. Grow baby, grow
B13. Boyse's death
B14. The dog ship
B15. Monte and Willow
B16. The yellow light
B18. The Black Hole (excerpt)
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