Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields aka Dead Man’s Bones have confirmed the track-listing for their up and coming self-titled debut.
Its release date was set for October 6th back at the beginning of the month HERE and will be released via the Anti- label. The anticipated full-length was recorded alongside the Silverlake Conservatory Children’s Choir and it’s track-listing can be seen just below.
Two awesome tracks, In The Room Where You Sleep and Made In Stone can be heard on their Myspace page HERE alongside two videos. If these tasters are anything to go by then we literally cannot wait to get our hands on this one.
Dead Man’s Bones Track-Listing:
01 – Intro
02 – Dead Hearts
03 – Name in Stone
04 – Buried in Water
05 – My Bodies a Zombie for You
06 – Pa Pa Power
07 – In the Roam Where You Sleep
08 – Young and Tragic
09 – Paper Ships
10 – Lose Your Soul
11 – Werewolf Heart
12 – Dead Man’s Bones
13 – Flowers Grow Out of My Grave
Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams brought romance and drama to 2004’s “The Notebook” — the only thing missing was possibly someone bursting into song. But soon, that will all change when another couple gets the chance to bring the drama to life – this time as a stage musical.
“One Tree Hill” star Bethany Joy Galeotti and music producer Ron Aniello are mounting a musical workshop based on the beloved Nicholas Sparks novel.
According to the producing duo’s Web site, the workshop, which will take place in Wilmington, N.C., “is a preliminary step toward an eventual opening in New York.”
There is no pay for the actors involved in the workshop but the duo noted, “this is a great opportunity to be a part of the beginning stages of an original theatre piece headed for Broadway.”
Auditions will start on Aug. 1 in Wilmington and the performances are slated for the first two weekends in October.
Back in January, we introduced you to Dead Man’s Bones, the goth-folk collaboration between actors Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields. Since then, only two of their charming, creepy songs have been made public, via a pair of self-created videos: “Name in Stone” and “In the Room Where You Sleep”. Finally, this fall, everyone will get to hear more. On October 6, Anti- will release Dead Man’s Bones’ self-titled debut album. (It was previously titled Never Let a Lack of Talent Get You Down.)
In our interview with Gosling and Shields, the pair discussed the creation of the album, which was recorded with the Silverlake Conservatory Children’s Choir, a group of Los Angeles-area kids ranging in age from five to 17. Gosling described the motivation behind the album’s aesthetic: “You know when you’re a kid and you get crayons and papers and just draw whatever you want and it’s just a bunch of messy lines, but to you it makes sense, and then they put it on the fridge? From that point on, you’re always trying to get back on the fridge, you start drawing things that look like something, like, the more it looks like a horse, the more chance you have of getting it on the fridge. We wanted to get back to that place before we were trying to make the fridge. We wanted to work with people who hadn’t been affected in that way yet.”
For the full story of the Dead Man’s Bones album, check out the complete interview.
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