‘Butterfly Kisses’ Released on Air-Edel Records

By 16th February 2017 May 6th, 2020 Records

Nathan Klein’s unnerving score for ‘Butterfly Kisses’ is out now on Air-Edel Records.

The album release coincided with the world premiere of the film in the generation strand of the 67th Berlinale – Berlin International Film Festival. ‘Butterfly Kisses’ has been nominated for the GWFF ‘Best First Feature’ award.

‘Butterfly Kisses’, starring Theo Stevenson, “Screen Star Of Tomorrow” Rosie Day and Thomas Turgoose (‘This is England’) follows a day in the life of Jake and his two best friends through a world distorted by sex and porn. The film, directed by Rafael Kapelinski, has been called “A haunting psychological journey” by Rosie Alison, producer of ‘The Boy in the Striped Pajamas’. “Original, bold…and deeply disturbing” by Richard Kwietniowski, (BAFTA-winning director) and “Unforgettable” by well- known actor, writer, presenter and activist Stephen Fry.

Rafael Kapelinski has won over twenty-five international awards and been shortlisted for an Academy Award for his short film ‘Emily Cries’. ‘Butterfly Kisses’ is produced by Britain’s Blue Shadows Filmswith Merlin Merton producing and Greer Ellison writing the script. The film was originally developed through Film London’s Microwave scheme, with the support of BBC Films and Skill set.

Nathan Klein on composing the score – “Composing the score for ‘Butterfly Kisses’ was a brilliant experience because Rafael and the film’s producers were very interested in developing something sonically unique and narratively important. This kind of encouragement for a composer is invaluable, enabling you to push creative boundaries.
The choice to blend church organ and electronics was pivotal. It has a dramatic effect on the aesthetic of the film and viewer’s relationship with the central character Jake. I also had amazing support from Tom Bullen, the score’s recording and mix engineer, as well as organist Ed Whitehead.”

The album for ‘Butterfly Kisses’ will be available to pre-order from February 9th and available for streaming and to buy from a number of digital platforms including Amazon, Spotify and iTunes from February 11th 2017.

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