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We're stoked to welcome Émile Sornin's solo project Forever Pavot to the BMM roster with this retro-sounding original motion picture soundtrack for the French-Canadian movie Babysitter, directed by Monia Chokri, out now in French theaters.
Émile Sornin is a relentless explorer of genres and influences, from experimental chanson to psychedelic pop, from music video director to instrument tester (Le Bon Coin Forever documentary). This composer, multi-instrumentalist from La Rochelle had first demonstrated the importance of revisiting 70's psychedelia in his debut album Rhapsode, released in 2014 on Born Bad Records.
After his collaboration on Charlotte Gainsbourg's album Rest, Émile Sornin is back again at the machines, from which he extracts surprising sounds. His interest for 70's film soundtracks, jazz and progressive rock marks his 2017 production, La Pantoufle: a mix of influences ranging from Jacques Tati's psychedelic touch to Vladimir Cosma, François de Roubaix or Jean-Claude Vannier.
In 2019, Émile lands on the BMM Records catalog with his "punk-jazz" duo project La Récré with Isaac Delusion's drummer Cédric Laban, and signs for a trilogy of EPs of which two were already released and highly acclaimed.
With several short films to his credit, Émile digs his way into cinema by composing the original soundtrack for 2020 film De Nos Frères Blessés directed by Hélier Cisterne. He is now back with a new soundtrack for French-Canadian motion picture Babysitter directed by Monia Chokri.
A limited edition of 300 record vinyl designed by Eric Adrian Lee will be pressed and available soon.
supported by 15 fans who also own “Babysitter OST”
The imagination and human feeling that goes into these recordings is just mind bending at every level. An absolute pleasure to enjoy these creations from a mystical genius of instruments. Seriously love it man! Go with it… Matt