15 years. That’s how long Brand X Music has already been providing trailer editors and music supervisors with the sound they need. Not many music production companies in the trailer industry have been around as long; Two Steps From Hell for example was founded 5 full years after Tom Gire and John Sponsler decided to start Brand X Music.
Thus it’s exciting news that Brand X Music’s 15 most frequently requested and recognized tracks are now available to the public. The 15 years Anniversary Album Battle for Dawn includes tracks from theatrical advertising campaigns for blockbusters such as Harry Potter and The Hunger Games. With the teaser video above, created by the talented folks at EpicMusicVN, you can get a pretty good impression about what to expect.
But because the album is rather diverse [with Beautiful Dreamer being my favourite at the moment], you should definitely consider giving it a full listen. You can do so right now via Spotify while reading Brand X Music’s official statement below:
Brand X Music about ‘Battle for Dawn’: “Created by the fans, for the fans”
“[Battle for Dawn] was created by the fans, for the fans — with input from all over the world, we’ve compiled the 15 most frequently requested and recognized Brand X Music titles in one best-of collection! Featuring previously un-released tracks like Lumos, Winning Moment from the Finding Dory trailer, and Buccaneer Island. This powerful, emotional, inspiring collection was handpicked from the entire catalog of Brand X Music, and includes compositions from John Sponsler, Tom Gire, Josh Lynch, Christopher Field, Laurie Ann Haus, James Semple and Peter Jeremias. Thanks to the team at EpicMusicVN for an amazing cover, and to the fans for your years of support and love. This one’s for you.”
You can purchase ‘Battle for Dawn’ via iTunes, Amazon (soon), Google Play, Bandcamp (lossless), Qobuz (lossless), 7Digital (lossless) or stream it via Spotify, Napster, Tidal and Deezer. You can find out more about Brand X Music on brandxmusic.net.
If you would like to know more about Brand X Music’s past 15 years and more, make sure to watch the extensive Video Interview below: