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Explosions In The Sky To Score Upcoming Al Pacino Film

Explosions In the Sky, who were already recruited by director David Gordon Green to score his latest film Prince Avalanche, are already being asked by the director to return for yet another movie.  This time it is for Green’s upcoming drama Manglehorn starring Al Pacino, due out in 2014.  The band was noted for their ambient, near-orchestral performance sound after they were heavily featured in the movie and TV production of Friday Night Lights.  The band is also working on their latest album simultaneously, due out some time in 2014 as well. Buy concert…

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The Nines Music Festival To Launch August 10th

The Nines is one of New England’s newest music festivals. This multi-stage festival features musical acts, comedians and artists set on the grounds of Willard Field in Devens, MA. This years line up includes musical acts such as Explosions in the Sky, Dr. Dog, Delta Spirit, K. Flay, and Air Traffic Controller. You can purchase a CD from individual band websites, and buy concert tickets here. Check out the lineup after the jump!   Please follow and like us:

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Explosions In The Sky Film Score For ‘Prince Avalanche’

Explosions in the Sky were chosen earlier this year to provide the score for Prince Avalanche, a new dark comedy starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch, which hits theaters Aug. 9. The band worked with composer David Wingo on this 15-track album set for release on Aug. 6 via Temporary Residence Ltd. Watch the official trailer for Prince Avalanche and read a message the band posted on their website about the movie after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Explosions In The Sky To Score New Film

Explosions in the Sky will be scoring Prince Avalanche by David Gordon Green. The film is is due out sometime in 2013. For now, check out a snippet of what the band had to say below and the full interview here. Drummer Christopher Hrasky originally went to school for film. Explosions in the Sky has flirted with film for quite some time. Whether it be Friday Night Lights or The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, does Explosions in the Sky ever intend on building a closer relationship with film — maybe making a film?…

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