Keegan DeWitt is one of the more versatile and exciting young composers working in film and TV in 2018. Whether adding a refreshing voice to larger projects at HBO, SHOWTIME and FOX, or collaborating alongside notable independent filmmakers; his work crosses a large tapestry of styles and demands attention with its originality and emotion.
Over the past 5 years, Keegan has brought 15 films to the Sundance Film Festival; titles that would go on to garner an Academy Award, multiple Sundance Audience Awards, and an Independent Spirit Award. His work can also be heard on HBO's "Divorce". In addition to this, Keegan continues to expand on previous collaborative relationships with exciting young directors that have helped make his work a mainstay at festivals worldwide.
Alongside his work as a composer, he has performed as a singer-songwriter and was founding member of the band Wild Cub. Their song "Thunder Clatter" found success at radio and took them around the globe, with appearances on Jimmy Fallon and Conan Obrien.
Milan records announces the February 28 release of All The Bright Places (MUSIC FROM THE NETFLIX FILM) with music by composer and singer-songwriter Keegan Dewitt (Let It Snow, Trinkets, Her Smell). Available for preorder now, the album features music written by DeWitt for Netflix's newest film starring Elle Fanning and Justice Smith. The score marks the latest in a long series of collaborations between DeWitt and the film's director Brett Haley, who most recently worked together on the 2018 Sundance favorite Hearts Beat Loud. Making its debut alongside today's preorder is the soundtrack's lead offering "Wander" – listen here. Based on the bestselling young adult novel by Jennifer Niven, All The Bright Places will premiere globally on Netflix Friday, February 28.