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Jerskin Fendrix

Poor Things (OMPS)

Milan Records - Sony Masterworks
Release Date: December 8, 2023

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The Upcoming Interview
1 Bella  
2 Wee  
3 Bella and Max  
4 “Mother of God”  
5 Victoria  
6 Reanimation  
7 Bella and Duncan  
8 “I Just Hope She’s Alright”  
9 Lisbon  
10 Quarto [Soundtrack Version]  
11 Portuguese Dance I  
12 Portuguese Dance II  
13 “Goodbye Later Dove”  
14 Duncan and Martha  
15 Alexandria  
16 Paris  
17 Bella / Les Yeux Bleus / Estore’s Song  
18 London  
19 Alfie  
20 Alfie and Victoria  
21 Bella, Max and God  
22 “Poor Things” Finale and End Credits  
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Milan Records today releases POOR THINGS (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) with music by multi-instrumentalist, producer, and composer JERSKIN FENDRIX. Available everywhere now, the album features original score music written by Fendrix for director Yorgos Lanthimos’ new feature film starring and produced by Emma Stone. Utilizing a palette of woodwind instruments and synthesized, breathy vocal samples, the score captures not only the distinct world of Poor Things but also acts as a sonic companion to main character Bella’s journey, expanding to encompass new textures and sounds as the film progresses. In addition to today’s digital release, the soundtrack will also be released in vinyl format from Waxwork Records – preorder here. Originally making its world premiere at this year’s Venice Film Festival, where it won the Golden Lion Award, Poor Things debuts in select theaters today and everywhere Friday, December 22 from Searchlight Pictures.  

Having never previously collaborated with a composer, Poor Things director Yorgos Lanthimos first approached Jerskin Fendrix after discovering the musician’s solo debut album, which the director found instinctively aligned with his worldbuilding aspirations for Poor Things. Fendrix began his first-ever foray into film composition with only the film’s script and conversations with Lanthimos as a guide, drawing early inspirations for instrumentation and tone from the vivid surrealism of the film’s various production elements.

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