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Jonsi To Score Next Cameron Crowe Film

Written by Patrick Abboud on January 11, 2012

Following up on his previous effort writing the soundtrack for Cameron Crowe’s seemingly cheesy flick We Bought a Zoo, which also saw a video clip for the track Gathering Stories, Jonsi has just signed on to do the US Directors next film.

We haven’t seen the film but rest assured the score for Crowe’s current release was as to be expected from Sigur Ros frontman – stunning!

Details of Jonsi’s next collaboration with Crowe are sketchy at this stage, but we do know it’ll be a comedy.

The two recently spoke to Rolling Stone about their collaborations in a live video stream – watch it here

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