New music by Brian Eno released

A brand new track from the official soundtrack to the 2024 Gary Hustwit documentary film Eno, has been released Friday. “All I Remember” is the closing song from “Eno”, which Eno wrote for this documentary – a contemplative, reflective vocal track, one which sees him referencing early influences (Ketty Lester, Dee Clark, Bobby Vee) and experiences.

For the past 5 decades, Brian Eno has been at the forefront of musical creativity, technology, and artistic innovation. This self-described ‘sonic landscaper’ began his career as an original member of the legendary Roxy Music in the early 1970s.

He left the band to release a series of solo records and later pioneered the genre of ambient music with his 1978 album “Ambient 1: Music for Airports”. As a producer, Brian Eno has helped define and reinvent the sound of some of the most important artists in music, including David Bowie, U2, Talking Heads, Coldplay, and dozens of others. He also composed what may be the most heard piece of music in the world: the startup sound for Microsoft Windows. Undeniably, Eno has changed the way modern music is made.

In keeping with the documentary, this music video directed by Anamorph follows Eno in the past and the present simultaneously, shards of memories splintered but recognisable with references to his body of work flickering into sound and vision, and images of this artist continually working on his next creation.

“Eno – the official soundtrack” to the 2024 Gary Hustwit (Helvetica, Rams) documentary film will be released by UMR on April 19th (North America and Mexico LP/ CD release date June 7th).

The hugely influential musician, producer, visual artist and activist is the subject of a new career-spanning documentary that is uniquely generative: a film that’s different every time it’s screened. Compiled from hundreds of hours of video footage, music and interviews, the film explores Eno’s music, art and ideas, giving the viewer intimate personal insights into his creative processes.

Accompanying this groundbreaking new film is a soundtrack that serves as a companion audio journey touching on Eno’s output throughout his rich career. The 17 tracks included on the album feature work from early solo outings such as 1974’s “Taking Tiger Mountain” and 75’s “Another Green World”, acclaimed collaborations with the likes of David Byrne, John Cale, Cluster and more recently, Fred again… through to music from his latest album, “FOREVERANDEVERNOMORE”, and his 2021 appearance at the Acropolis in Athens with brother, Roger.

Whilst it would take a very extensive box set to fully cover Eno’s work over the past 50 years – including his ambient pieces for which he is known, some of which are album length, various other notable collaborations, the “All Saints”, “Warp” and “Opal” years, this release has managed to fit music from 14 different albums throughout his entire recording career.


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