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CHOCOLATE INDUSTRIES TO RELEASE SOUNDTRACK TO SPIKE JONZE’S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED FILM I’M HERE OCTOBER 5

CHOCOLATE INDUSTRIES TO RELEASE SOUNDTRACK TO SPIKE JONZE’S CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED FILM I’M HERE OCTOBER 5

SOUNDTRACK FEATURES SONGS BY ANIMAL COLLECTIVE, SLEIGH BELLS, GIRLS, AND MORE

Chicago-based label Chocolate Industries will be collaborating on the release of the soundtrack for I’m Here, a short film by groundbreaking and critically lauded film director Spike Jonze. Debuting at Sundance in 2010, the film is a love story about two robots, played by actors Sienna Guillory and Andrew Garfield, co-existing alongside humanity in Los Angeles.

In creating the soundtrack for the film, Jonze enlisted the help of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ bassist Flea, Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s, and Aska Matsumiya to compose original music under the moniker The Lost Trees, the remainder of the soundtrack boasting the current cream of the crop of the indie world, including Animal Collective, Sleigh Bells, and Girls, amongst others..

TRACKLISTING
1 There Are Many Of Us – The Lost Trees
2 Beautiful Life – Gui Boratto
3 AB Machines – Sleigh Bells
4 The Past Is A Grotesque Animal – The Lost Trees
5 Did You See the Words – Animal Collective
6 Hellhole Ratrace – Girls
7 There Are Many Of Us (Electric Dream Version) – Sam Spiegel
8 Lonesome Robot Theme – Sam Spiegel
9 Y.O.U – Aska Matsumiya

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