George Romero’s 1968 horror-indie opus Night of the Living Dead gets a brand new soundtrack performed live by New York cult favourites Morricone Youth.
The band made its name performing live reinterpretations of the soundtracks to classic films, including Eraserhead, Fantastic Planet, Nosferatu, Battleship Potemkin and George Miller’s 1979 masterpiece Mad Max (for which they’ll also be performing a live score on 26 January).
Bringing together spooky analogue synths, 70s prog and frenetic guitar riffs, Morricone Youth reinterpret music from the film, and perform original tracks in the vein of John Carpenter and Goblin, to create a completely new soundtrack.
Morricone Youth features founder, guitarist, DJ and soundtrack obsessive Devon E. Levins, along with John Castro (bass and vocals), Dan Kessler (synths and keyboard), Jefferson Rabb (keyboard), Brian Kantor (drums) and Ayo Awosika (vocalist).
This film is rated MA15+. Under 15s must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.
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