DANIEL BLUMBERG - The World To Come (O.S.T.) - 2LP - Clear Vinyl

Label: MUTE SKU: 16543 Catalogue ID: STUMM468 Format: Vinyl
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DANIEL BLUMBERG - The World To Come (O.S.T.) - 2LP - Clear Vinyl

DANIEL BLUMBERG - The World To Come (O.S.T.) - 2LP - Clear Vinyl



LABEL: Mute Records


BARCODE: 5400863054472



1. Opening (Dyer’s Farmhouse)
2. Nellie
3. Abigail’s Walk
4. Tallie
5. Flummoxed
6. Chicken Plucking
7. The Storm
8. Falling in Love
9. First Kiss
10.The Orchard
11. The Woods
12. Spying House
13. Thoughts and Township
14. The Fire
15. Empty House
16. Tallie Missing
17. Finny Letter
18. Atlas
19. The Wagon
20. Love and Death
21. Rooftop
22. The World to Come


2LP – Limited Edition Clear Vinyl
(Housed in Gatefold Sleeve with Printed Inners.)

London-based musician and artist Daniel Blumberg has announced details for his debut feature film score, The World To Come, set for release on vinyl / CD on 14 January 2022.

The score will be available on double clear vinyl and CD, featuring two exclusive solo interpolations of the musical themes by legendary free-jazz saxophonist/clarinettist Peter Brötzmann.

The World To Come’ (directed by Mona Fastvold) premiered at the 77th Venice International Film Festival. It stars Oscar-nominated actress Vanessa Kirby (‘The Crown’, ‘Pieces of a Woman’) and Katherine Waterston (‘Inherent Vice’),with Christopher Abbott and Casey Affleck in supporting roles.

Set on a farm in upstate New York in the 1850s, the film is a frontier romance in which Abigail (Katherine Waterson), a farmer’s wife, and her new neighbour Tallie (Vanessa Kirby) find themselves powerfully and irrevocably drawn to each other.

Blumberg has created a bold score for the film which captures the passionate intensity of the lovers’ romance against a backdrop of extreme physical hardship in an unforgiving rural landscape.

Praise for ‘The World To Come’ score, taken from film reviews:

· “Superbly original” The Observer

· “A superb score, by turns mournful, playfully avant-garde and full of roiling menace” The Hollywood Reporter

· “A marvellous score, matching the film’s variable physical and emotional temperatures throughout” Variety

· “Powerfully moving” The Film Stage

· “Crucially expressive” The Playlist

See below for tracklisting…