In every great documentary is a great underscoresupporting the story, helping with the pacing and hitting the emotional elements needed. In Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways, Bryan Lee Brown's beautiful interstitial passages helped to guide the viewer, connecting the scenes of the epic journey Foo Fighters undertook while recording their latest album.
Capturing the character of each of the eight cities in which the Sonic Highways album and series were created, the soundtrack features cues for 'Seattle,' 'Nashville,' 'New Orleans' and more. Each place is known for its unique sound and character and Bryan Lee Brown's compositions express the individual moods of these great American cities. With its dark ambient sensibilities, the original score reflects Bryan's artistic work under the handle Dark Brown.
"Scoring Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways was a unique and challenging experience," comments Brown. "Inspired by America's diverse culture, I tried to capture the essence of each city while also maintaining a cohesive sound throughout the series. Helping the director, Dave Grohl, tell the stories of some of America's greatest musicians was a huge responsibility as much as it was an honor. I'm totally grateful to have been a part of it."