Published Apr 29, 2020Toronto's Absolutely Free revealed plans to embark into the world of film scoring back in 2016 with the project Two Care Due None. At long last, though, the trio are releasing their soundtrack for the film.
Two Care Due None (Original Soundtrack Recording) is due out on April 29 via Boiled Records.
UPDATE (4/29, 11:30 a.m. ET): You can now hear the entire Two Care Due None OST down below.
According to the label, the results are "a gorgeously haunting and masterfully responsive score. Comprised of stirring instrumental compositions, ranging from pastoral ambient piano reverberations to Ital disco-inflected synth explorations, Two Cares Due None calls to mind the electronic works of John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream, and Geoff Barrow, and contemporary scores by Oneohtrix Point Never, Tim Hecker, and Jon Hopkins."
Back in 2016, Absolutely Free themselves said, "The film entranced us into a distinct musical universe. There was no resisting its aesthetic demands, which lead us deep into compositions that indulge mood over melody, exploring the subtleties at the periphery of what we have created live and on record up to this point."
As previously reported, the film was independently produced by Chris Boni and Melissa Fisher, with the movie exploring the ways different cultures place value on objects.
Down below, you'll find the previously shared track "Full Sweep," as well as the film trailer for Two Care Due None.