Rob Simonsen And Faux Fix Collaborate For ‘Start Again’: The End Title Song From The Age Of Adaline Starring Blake Lively
It’s a lot of talent on one track, and the result is something stirring and beautiful, well befitting the film’s complicated themes of love and time. Pulsing synths lend an ethereal tone that is tethered gently by slow-drawn strings. Tonra’s voice rings clear and slightly sad as she entreats a lover, “Speak slowly/ Savor every word/ So we won’t forget that time/ Won’t wait for no one.” She reaches new heights on the words of the title as triumphant drums beat upward in an arc of hope. –Consequence of Sound
Lakeshore Records will release the single, “Start Again” — digitally on Tuesday, April 7. The song is co-written by the film’s composer, Rob Simonsen (Foxcatcher, The Spectacular Now) and Faux Fix (Katie Chastain and Nathan Johnson), featuring vocals by Elena Tonra. “Start Again” is also available on The Age Of Adaline (Original Motion Picture Score). The full soundtrack releases on Tuesday, April 21 via Lakeshore Records. The Age Of Adaline, starring Blake Lively, Michiel Huisman, Kathy Baker, with Harrison Ford and Ellen Burstyn, opens in theaters on Friday, April 24. See the link below to hear the full song.
You can listen to the entire song now, exclusively at Consequence of Sound online. The single is available on iTunes on Tuesday, April 7.
The Age Of Adaline (Original Motion Picture Score) is available digitally on Tuesday, April 21. See The Age Of Adaline movie on Friday, April 24 (check show times)!
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