Nothing is impossible for a musical genius like Ferry Corsten and after his 2017’s concept album “Blueprint“, Ferry dives into the world of movies with his debut soundtrack for David Gleeson‘s 2018 thriller “Don’t Go“.
After working with House of Cards screenwriter D. Harrington Miller on a storyboard upon which the ‘Blueprint’ album was written, Ferry Corsten’s interest in storytelling and conveying the emotion on-screen aurally were piqued, and with over 20 years of production under his belt there are arguably few dance producers better placed to explore the world of cinema than him.
On working on his first film score, Ferry said,
I have always been interested in soundscapes and using music to evoke emotional responses, so working with film is an area I have wanted to explore. I am grateful to have been able to work with David on my first soundtrack, and it is something I would like to expand on in the future.