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‘Transpecos’ Score: Listen To The National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner’s Mesmerizing Compositions

The 17-song soundtrack will be released on September 9 via Milan Records.


This September, Samuel Goldwyn Films will be releasing the 2016 SXSW Audience Award winner “Transpecos.” Along with the film’s release, the score will also be made available via Milan Records.

Composed by The National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner, the soundtrack will come out on September 9 and feature 17 new songs, along with band’s track “Afraid of Everyone” from their 2010 album “High Violet.”

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Directed by Greg Kwedar, “Transpecos” stars Johnny Simmons, Gabriel Luna and Clifton Collins Jr. The thriller follows three border patrol agents who man a check point on a remote highway and their journey as the contents of one car change their lives in one night. Co-written by Kwedar and Clint Bentley, the movie premiered at SXSW to rave reviews and promises to be a nail-biting adventure.

Three songs from the soundtrack, “Final Theme,” “Brothers,” and “Alone and Unafraid,” were released on Soundtrack this week, and you can listen to them below.

“Transpecos” and will be released in theaters and digital on September 9.

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