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Premiere: “Start Again” ft. Daughter’s Elena Tonra from “The Age of Adaline”

Soundtrack Available April 21st; Film Hits Theaters on April 24th

Feb 20, 2015 Bookmark and Share


“Start Again” was written by The Echo Society’s Rob Simonsen and Faux Fix for the upcoming film, The Age of Adaline, starring Blake Lively, Harrison Ford and Michael Huisman. The track was performed by Daughter’s Elena Tonra, and you can listen to an exclusive preview clip below:

Songwriter Rob Simonsen told us about the song’s genesis:

"I co-wrote "Start Again" with my friends Nathan Johnson and Katie Chastain of Faux Fix. The song is based on a motif featured in the last score cue of the film, so the idea was to transition from that final cue into the end title song in a smooth and seamless way while building upon that theme. The producers of the film loved our song and were very interested in a unique vocal to capture the spirit Adaline and the film. Another friend of mine works with the band Daughter at their label and helped us reach out to the band. We are incredibly fortunate that Elena Tonra from Daughter not only loved the song, but agreed to lend her unique voice to it. We could not be more excited."

The song will available as a single starting April 7th, and the full soundtrack will be released by Lakeshore Records on April 21st.

The Age of Adaline tells the story of Adaline Bowman, a young woman who—following an accident—has miraculously remained 29 years old for eight decades. Through her mysteriously extended lifetime, Adaline has shied from close relationships, worried that her secret will be discovered. This changes when she falls for a charismatic philanthropist, and the truth about her condition is threatened to be revealed.

The film arrives in theaters on April 24th. The trailer can be viewed below.

www.lakeshore-records.com

www.theageofadalinemovie.com

www.robsimonsen.com



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