Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds is premiering tomorrow night, January 7th at 8pm EST on HBO. This is a portrait of two incredible women and their relationship with themselves, each other, and the world. You will belly laugh, cry, and relate to this astonishing duo that individually and together influenced and inspired people by simply living their truth. They will be forever missed. It was a true pleasure and honor to be a part of this piece of cinema directed by Alexis Bloom and Fisher Stevens. Music, sound design and mix by Fall On Your Sword.
Hulu’s latest drama Chance premieres today, October 19. Starring Hugh Laurie and Gretchen Mol, the show features a score by FOYS founder Will Bates. Catch new episodes every Wednesday!
Psyched to unveil our latest collaboration with the Mill+ and OFFF, the OFFF By Night 2016 titles. The graphic sequence, directed by designer Will Arnold, mixes simple colours with complex animated simulations to create trippy 70’s inspired visuals. We couldn’t have been more inspired!
Imperium premieres Friday August 19 in select theaters!
Featuring an original score by Will Bates, “the directorial debut from Daniel Ragussis eschews comfortable remove in favor of decidedly uncomfortable intimacy, quite literally placing his central hero (Daniel Radcliffe) and the audience deep within the social strata of a virulently racist white supremacist group rumored to be building a dirty bomb.” – Collider
Starring Daniel Radcliffe and Toni Colette, directed by Daniel Ragussis.
Variety has announced that The Path, starring Arron Paul, Michelle Monaghan and Hugh Dancy, will be back for a second season!
An original series for Hulu, created by Jessica Goldberg along with Jason Katims and Michelle Lee of True Jack Productions. The Path features a “raw and visceral” (and honestly, just plain badass) score by the one and only Will Bates. Watch it on Hulu!
We’re so excited to be involved in this year’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show, returning for its fifth installment.
Our piece, “Mutually Assured Destruction” features 10 dot matrix printers, video projections and a FOYS score. Spurting out commands made by a sentient cold war era robot, the printed phrases will be looped repeatedly on top of one another for the duration of the show. Another immersive FOYS piece that is best experienced rather than explained.
Held at The Moynihan Station across from Penn Station and open to the public. 421 Eighth Avenue, NYC March 2-7th
Syfy’s The Magicians will be back for a second season in 2017! Watch season 1 of fantastical series, based on the bestselling trilogy written by Lev Grossman, on iTunes or Syfy. Score by our very own Will Bates, read the official announcement in Variety.
Honored to take home not one but two Clio Awards this year for our work done on Siemens ‘The Sound of Wind’! A Gold for Adapted Music and a Silver for Sound Design, both by our very own Will Bates. Thanks to our friends at Ogilvy, M ss ng P eces, and Siemens Wind Energy for an amazing collaboration.
We’re thrilled to once again be involved in Spring/Break Art Show, held this year at The Moynihan Station (that ginormous Post Office building across from Penn Station). The theme of this year’s show is Transaction. Our latest piece, Greed Is Good is based on Gordon Gecko’s speeches in Oliver Stone’s 1987 film Wall Street. Having become quite skilled with bottle-art, we took a little inspiration from our New Year’s Eve Cuervosel piece. Greed Is Good is an immersive audio/visual wizard of oz-like spectacle of flying Champagne bottles, a giant sphere, original FOYS score and video. All better to experience than to be explained.
The show will be open daily 12pm-8pm until March 8th.
We kicked off 2015 with a boozy re-imagining of Auld Lang Syne. Jose Cuervo asked us to design and build a musical instrument using their bottles. The result is a spinning carousel of 57 bottles of tequila, a custom gramophone horn and a shop vac. Watch the full ad here, produced entirely at FOYS with a little help from our pals at Scratch Empire.
We’re delighted to announce the opening of our latest expansion here at the FOYS studios. Introducing The Foundry, our new 7.1 mix stage.
On June 21st our interactive art installation, Private Drive-In will be featured at M-Wow, an auto show art festival of over 100 carcentricities from across the nation. With live performances, loads of food and tons of weird cars, this extravaganza will take place at The Knockdown Center, a three acre former glass factory in Queens.
We’re excited to be a part of this year’s BAM Cinefest with three films in the lineup!
‘I ORIGINS‘ directed by Mike Cahill, and ‘THE NOTORIOUS MR. BOUT‘ directed by Tony Gerber and Maxim Pozdorovkin, will be making their New York debuts on Tuesday June 24 and Wednesday June 25. Featuring original music by yours truly.
‘THE MEND’ directed by John Magary, mixed by our very own Ryan M. Price at Fall On Your Sword, will be premiering on Sunday June 22. We also had the pleasure of mixing ‘THE NOTORIOUS MR. BOUT’ here at FOYS.
Tickets go on sale May 21. We hope to see you there!
Repurposing a 1973 VW Beetle which we found in Queens, the piece invites the viewer to participate in his or her own personal drive-in experience. Pressing a pulsating red button on the steering wheel escalates the experience, particularly for the passenger. This will all become clear…
Featuring an original FOYS 5.1 score and immersive sound design both inside and outside the car which has been hand painted by artist Sarah Bereza.
Fall On Your Sword collaborated with The Mill NY on the amazing promo spots for National Geographic’s KILLING KENNEDY, and actor and star Rob Lowe loves the work. “The promo is unbelievably cinematic and really emotional and moving.” Cheers, Rob Lowe, cheers.
Score, sound design, and mix by Fall On Your Sword.
We are excited to announce that ‘Towheads’, mixed by FOYS’ own, Ryan Price, IS headlining the first ever New York Times Indie Online Film Festival and can be viewed anytime this month for free online!
We are thrilled to hear that Matt Wolf’s Teenage, mixed by our very own Ryan Price, was just picked up by Oscilloscope and is set to be released in 2014. Congratulations to everyone involved!
MTV Geek is featuring a Fall On Your Sword exclusive track from the upcoming soundtrack release to ‘Beneath’. Check it out.
Our friends at Indiewire are streaming a preview from the upcoming album “We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wikileaks,” the original soundtrack album to Oscar winning director Alex Gibney’s upcoming movie will be available next week.
Mark Mann’s long awaited feature film debut, featuring a FOYS score and Keanu Reeves.
Following on from last year’s apocalyptic piano, we’ll be showing another piece at this year’s Spring Break Art Show, held during the Armory Art week in NYC. Opening March 5th 2013.
This year’s piece entitled The Darkness Turns To Night is a collaboration with artist Sarah Bereza.
Fall On Your Sword’s Will Bates performed at the KCRW composer showcase in Park City. Joined onstage by FOYS drummer Spencer Cohen, the duo performed excerpts from Bates’ score to “We Steal Secrets : The Story Of Wikileaks”. Alex Gibney’s feature length doc premiered at the festival.
By having Ryan join the team, FOYS is now a comprehensive composition and audio post company, offering their clients a full service creative audio package. Sonic Scoop has the Scoop!
Will Bates of Fall On Your Sword, was invited by Fox News to discuss FOYS and his music in ‘We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks’. Check out the interview.
This year we have 2 films which we scored going to Sundance. Ry Russo-Young’s “Nobody Walks, “which will be in dramatic competition and Matt Ross'”Twenty Eight Hotel Rooms,” which will appear in the NEXT category.
FOYS featured in Film School Reject’s best scores of 2012.
Many thanks to our friends at Indiewire’s Playlist for giving us such an honorable mention in their best of 2012 list. It’s been a busy year for us, more to come in 2013!
We’re thrilled to announce that we’re heading to Sundance in January with Alex Gibney’s documentary, “We Steal Secrets” scored by FOYS founder Will Bates.
We’ll be in LA this week on a panel at Billboard’s Film and TV music conference. Our panel is on Wednesday October 24th, 2pm at the W hotel in Hollywood.
Our friends at Sonic Scoop just published this great piece on FOYS. Click the link to check it out.
We’re delighted to announce that Fall On Your Sword has been nominated at this year’s World Soundtrack
in Ghent, Belgium for the scores to Lola Versus and Nobody Walks.
FOYS composers Will Bates and Phil Mossman were interviewed by John Diliberto for The Echoes music program on NPR. Click here to download the interview as a podcast.
Ry Russo-Young’s new film, Nobody Walks which features a FOYS score, is playing Saturday June 20th at BAM as part of cinefest. The movie premiered at Sundance 2012 and was subsequently picked up by Magnolia Pictures.
We’re very pleased to announce the premier of Kevin Connor’s “The Normals” in this year’s Northside Festival. The movie features a FOYS score completed earlier this year.
This week sees the release of Daryl Wein’s movie “Lola Versus” which features a score by Fall On Your Sword. The soundtrack album, released by Lakeshore Records is available now.
Thursday May 31st, Fall On Your Sword will be performing a long overdue live set followed by a barn burning DJ set at Brooklyn Fire Proof. We’ll be joined by DFA alumni Shit Robot, spinning tunes late into the night. Celebrating the start of Bushwick Open Studios, the space will also be home to our installation piece, Sea Of Fire for the duration of the festival.
Fall On Your Sword will be performing live at OFFF 2012 in Barcelona.
April 24th, Fox Searchlight’s “Lola Versus” opens at Tribeca Film. Featuring an original FOYS score, Daryl Wein’s latest movie stars Greta Gerwig and will open in theaters in June.
Our friends at Supergoober published this interview with FOYS founder Will Bates.
As part of Armory arts week, FOYS will be participating in a curator-driven art fair. The fair will inhabit Old School, a four-story school house in Nolita from March 6th – March 11th, 2012, featuring the projects of 23 curators all surrounding a single exhibition theme – Apocalist: A Brief History of The End.
Otherwise daily hours are as follows:
March 8 – 10, noon – 6pm
Sunday, March 11, noon – 6pm
Old School – 233 Mott St. NYC (corner of Prince/Mott St.)
We’re doing some European dates in Feb as part of The Spirit Of Eden pre-festival tour.
02.17 : TURKU (Fin) – Klubi
02.18 : TAMPERE (Fin) – Klubi
02.23 : PARIS (Fr) – Le Petit Bain
02.24 : TOURS (Fr) – Le Temps Machine
02.25 : NANTES (Fr) – Le Lieu Unique
02.26 : BORDEAUX (Fr) – I Boat
We’re very happy to announce that one of our Sundance films, “Nobody Walks,” has sold to Magnolia Films. Expect another FOYS soundtrack release later in the year.
We just returned from Braunschweig, Germany which we were invited to attend An excellent festival that puts a special emphasis on music in film. Another Earth and Aardvark both screened there, plus we did a FOYS music masterclass and DJ’d at the closing party. Thanks to all our new friends over there for making it such a great time.
We’re heading back to the motherland in celebration of Another Earth opening the Raindance Film Festival on September 28th. We’ll be playing the afterparty at Cafe De Paris that night.
We recently scored this spot for Mini which is pick of the day on Creativity online.
Get tickets here.
DFA releases extended mixes of “The First Time I Saw Jupiter” and “Rhoda’s Theme” from our soundtrack to Another Earth.
Our new video, The First Time I Saw Jupiter, directed by Rupert Cresswell premiered today on Spin.com.
Fader has released an exclusive free stream of our album which comes out next week on Milan Records.
For our work on Kitao Sakurai’s “Aardvark“.
We’re playing at the Lincoln Center’s brand new multi-million dollar Film Center. The show is part of the center’s preview weekend which includes screenings of movies, panels with amazing directors such as Mike Nicols, Jason Reitman, Oliver Stone and Mike Cahill (director of this summer’s upcoming ‘Another Earth’, scored by FOYS). Tickets sold here.
Come and watch us project Cylons onto what we’ve been told is the world’s largest plasma screen TV.
We won a Clio for best use of music at this year’s awards. The music was composed for a spot we did with our friends at The Mill and Henry Boy; The OFFF Paris title sequence.
A last minute show has been booked at El Cid for tonight in LA. Seeing as we’re currently bathing in LA’s kindness; one blog picked up by the Huffington Post described last night’s show as a post-Warholian quantum leap, it seemed only right to hit one more stage while we’re here.
Fall on Your Sword are coming out west to eat your sushi and burn our transparent east coast skin to a crisp.
We will also be playing our first ever show in LA so come on down and don’t be afraid.
It’s at 6:00 pm if that’s not too late for you, we’ll be done by 8:00 we promise.
We are very proud and excited to share the news with you that Mike Cahill’s film, “Another Earth,” has been bought by Fox Searchlight.
The news broke at 6:15 this morning mountain time in “Variety” after frantic all night negotiations.
It has been widely acknowledged that the “Fall on Your Sword” original score contributed enormously to the film’s subtle narrative and has played a huge role in the film’s whirlwind success.
An intense bidding war erupted in the wake of the film’s premiere at the Eccles Theatre on Monday afternoon and concluded with a rare and genuinely sincere standing ovation from the packed house. This extremely exciting and surreal experience has been a roller-coaster of victorious screenings, Q and A’s, and two explosive “Fall on Your Sword” live performances.
We’re out in Sundance to support a movie we scored, Mike Cahill’s ‘Another Earth’. And while we’re here, we’ll be doing a couple of shows including the ASCAP showcase on Main Street on Sunday January 23rd at 4pm.
Our new video, Spanish Ladies is up on Youtube, and the single is available for purchase on iTunes.
We’re most honored to have been invited to play at the museum’s inaugral party on Saturday January 15th, 11pm.
We recently scored a couple of great spots created by our friends at Mekanism and Creativity Online has chosen this one as their fave of the day.
We’re off to Park City end of January to promote our original score of Mike Cahill’s film, “Another Earth.”
While we’re there we’ll be playing a couple of shows, including the ASCAP showcase on January 23rd.
“Fall on Your Sword” will be dropping the ball at midnight on New Years Eve with a special end of one year and beginning of another celebratory performance at Cameo in Williamsburg. Other attractions include Morgan Geist and Jacques Renault on the ones and twos. Get tickets here.
‘Bite Me’ which appears to be going viral on youtube.
Fall On Your Sword will be performing at the DFA Holiday Party