Track List

Prologue Iris

Retour au Champs de Mars


Gare du Nord Part One


Le Retour en Foret

Metro Part Three

Flashback Antoine


Le Renversement


Comme on a Dit

The Endless Battle Of The Maudlin Ballade Part 2 (Bonus Track)

Chess (Bonus Track)

Email From A Beetle (Bonus Track)

Heart Swing (Bonus Track) (Feat. Jaw´)

Two Pills (Bonus Track) (Feat Thomas Azier)

The Endless Battle Of The Maudlin Ballade Part 3 (Bonus Track)

A Winged Victory For The Sullen - Iris: Musique Originale (LP)
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Release Date: 01/27/2017
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A Winged Victory For The Sullen, the otherworldly collaboration between Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie and Dustin OHalloran, commence the New Year with their third full-length titled Iris available worldwide via Erased Tapes on January 13th 2017. Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie and Dustin O'Halloran first met the director Jalil Lespert after he had discovered A Winged Victory For The Sullen on a music search online. After listening to their music, he immediately knew: "it was the sound of my new film". With an excellent cast of Frances finest actors Romain Duris, Charlotte Le Bon, and the director himself, plus a script filled with tension, sexuality and darkness, they knew there was a lot of musical territory to mine. It was agreed that they wanted to explore more analogue electronique experiments as well as working with a large string ensemble, to create something that felt very modern and still cinematic. The recording sessions began with their long time sound collaborator Francesco Donadello in the form of some modular synth sessions in Berlin. Dustin and Adam began working from the script in their own studios, and after filming commenced they continued to create music that could be used for first edits of the film each day getting new scenes that triggered ideas that would become the base of the film score. Over the course of the next few months the two slowly crafted the music with weekly discussion from their studio to the editing room. The final sessions to what is now the score of Iris were recorded with a 40-piece string orchestra at Magyar Radio in Budapest.