Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore, digitally On May 12! The album features score by Brooke Blair & Will Blair (Blue Ruin, Green Room), and will feature songs by artists including Echo & The Bunnymen, Jason Newman, The Graverobbers, My New Mixtape and others. See track list and more below.
A Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize winner, I Don’t Feel At Home In This World Anymore is written and directed by Macon Blair (Blue Ruin, Green Room) in his directorial debut, with a distinctive look courtesy of cinematographer Larkin Seiple (“Swiss Army Man,” “Cop Car”), the film also stars David Yow, Jane Levy, Devon Graye, Christine Woods, Robert Longstreet, Lee Eddy and Gary Anthony Williams. The film was produced by XYZ Films and filmscience.
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I Don’t Feel At Home In this World Anymore (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
01. Backyard – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
02. Go Away (To Paradise) – Jason Newman
03. Ruth’s Action Theme Part 1 – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
04. Ballad of Sissyfist – The Giraffes
05. Bring Out The Bible (We Ain’t Got a Prayer) – The Texas Sapphires
06. Check My Grill – The Hot as Shits
07. Three Point Stance – Bulletproof Moose, Antwine Jones, Wesley Adams
08. Namesake Feature – My New Mixtape
09. Campfire – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
10. History of Man – Amanaz
11. Killer Sills – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
12. Open Sesame – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
13. Afraid of Love – Meli Sul
14. Bring On The Dancing Horses – Echo & The Bunnymen
15. Ruth’s Action Theme Part 2 – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
16. What Would Jesus Do? – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
17. Sweetheart – Aint Rights
18. Bus Crush – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
19. Where’s My Son? – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
20. Snake Island – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
21. Tony! – Brooke Blair and Will Blair
22. Drinking From a Swimming Pool – The Graverobbers
ABOUT I DON’T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE
From the producers of Kelly Reichardt’s “Certain Women” and Jeremy Saulnier’s “Green Room” comes the story of Ruth (Melanie Lynskey), a nursing assistant suffering through a crisis of existential despair. But when her house is burglarized, Ruth discovers a renewed sense of purpose in tracking down the thieves. Accompanied by her obnoxious martial-arts-enthusiast neighbor Tony (Elijah Wood), they soon find themselves dangerously out of their depth against a pack of degenerate criminals.