Paramount Pictures use Blurred Vision music

 

UK based Canadian trio Blurred Vision provide pointers to their second album through original music used in the just released Paramount Pictures’ film ‘Manhattan Undying’.

The new feature film stars Americans Luke Grimes (American Sniper, True Blood, 50 Shades of Grey) and Disturbia star Sarah Roemer.

Set against the gritty backdrop of New York City, the movie is a dark love story about a renowned but troubled young painter (Grimes) and his mysterious and immortal vampire muse (Roemer).

Blurred Vision have seven original tracks featured in the film. These include songs from their critically acclaimed 2015 debut album ‘Organised Insanity’ (hailed as “one of the best of 2015” by Team Rock UK) plus a brand new track called ‘In Spectre’. This latter previews the sound of their forthcoming second album.

The band not only contributed original music to the film but also reworked songs to suit specific scenes. They previously worked with ‘Manhattan Undying’ director/filmmaker Babak Payami on the music video for their award-winning remake of Pink Floyd’s ‘Another Brick In The Wall Part 2’.

Blurred Vision are set for a series of major shows and festivals this summer following their first ever appearance at Camden Rocks Festival. Future dates include a headline show at the first Rock On The Lawns festival at Trading Boundaries in Uckfield on 30th July,  and an appearance at one of the best loved rock festivals of the year, Ramblin’ Man Fair, on Sunday 24th July, Mote Park, Kent.

For full details and live dates visit the band’s official website

http://blurredvisionmusic.com

 

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