. . . for the awesome music that they put in trailers.
As of late, I’ve made some new introductions with bands, thanks to some great music selections put in trailers.
“Everything in Its Right Place” by Radiohead in the Anonymous trailer
Radiohead is clearly capable of making some great music, and the movie trailer business had benefited greatly from their talent. The first Radiohead song I was really blown away by in a movie trailer was “Creep,” performed by The Vega Choir in The Social Network trailer. To this day, I think it is one of the best trailers, thanks in part to that song.
“Infinite Legends” by Two Steps from Hell in the Breaking Dawn Pt. 1 trailer
Although I’m not a Twilight fan, I was really curious to find out who performed the song in the trailer. Two Steps from Hell has made quite a few creative songs in both their albums, Invisible and Archangel.
“Unstoppable” by E. S. Posthumus in the Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows trailer
E. S. Posthumus is considered an electronic music group. I really loved the use of this song, especially in the second trailer that came out for A Game of Shadows. Their interesting use of different instruments really brings the trailer to life.