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Thursday, October 8, 2009

New Moon Soundtrack Scene Details From the Artists

I spotted this New Moon Soundtrack information over at TwicrackAddict:

Church of Sea Wolf, Annie Clark and OK Go from the New Moon soundtrack talked to
Vanity Fair about their song's lyrics and which scene in the movie their song is in:

Alex Brown Church of Sea Wolf on “The Violet Hour”

Do you know what scene [the song] will be featured in?
All I know is it’s going to be in a party scene … a house-party scene.

Can you give us some sample lyrics?
Your arms are lovely
Yellow and rose
Your back’s a meadow
Covered in snow
Your thighs are thistles
And hothouse grapes
You breathe your sweet breath
And have me wait

Annie Clark, also known as St. Vincent, on her song with Bon Iver, “Rosyln.”

What’s the mood of [the song]?
It’s a melancholy, bittersweet kind of song with softer acoustic guitar and slide guitar—we kind of make up this choir of voices. It’s a somber song, for sure, very aching, longing, and beautiful. Typical Justin Vernon.

Do you know what scene they’re using it for?
I don’t know where the song will be in the film, but I know that Edward and Bella will not have sex to it.

Tim Nordwind of OK Go

What does ["Shooting the Moon"] sound like?
It’s a psychedelic acoustic song. It’s different from what people have known from us before. I don’t think we’ve ever released a psychedelic folk jam! For anyone who knows [of] the band, I think it will be a pleasant surprise from all guitars all the time. There’s a heavy emotive quality to our song. I hope that people who buy the soundtrack like it. You hope that it’s a gateway to people wanting to check out more.

Can you give us a sample of some of the song lyrics?
What can he tell ‘em now
Sorry I let you down
Sorry I wasn’t quite true
But don’t get hung up on it
Just soldier on with it
And good luck shooting the moon

Sounds very apropos. Do you know what scene it’s featured in?
Yes, I do. It’s a montage scene. The song itself is a thoughtful, acoustic song, and the scene they’re using it for is a moment when you see the two kids flirting with each other for the first time.

You mean Bella and Jacob?
Right, yeah.

Read the whole article over at VF's Twilight Watch.

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