Despite dropping a successful sophomore solo record last year and writing/recording his band’s hotly anticipated seventh full-length record Coma Ecliptic, Between the Buried and Me frontman Tommy Rogers (doing business these days as Thomas Giles) managed to find time in the past year to score an indie film.
Dutch Book, directed by James Repici, is the story of a Florida teenager who launches a scheme to pay off his father’s gambling debts. Rogers provides the film with a sonic backdrop of pulsing soundscapes and driving electronics, surely drawing influence from Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross‘ forray into film scores. While the film has began making rounds in the film festival circuit, Rogers dropped the Dutch Book original score via Bandcamp, and you can stream it in its entirety after the jump.
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You can watch a trailer for Dutch Book at this location for a glimpse of the film and the score in action. No word yet on when Dutch Book will be available on home video, but keep an eye on IMDB for updates as they come in.
In other Tommy Rogers news, Between the Buried and Me are expected to drop a new single next Friday along with pre-orders for Coma Ecliptic. Be sure to check in next week, because you don’t want to miss out.