“LET US PREY” OST

The critically acclaimed soundtrack to “Let Us Prey” (starring Liam Cunningham & Pollyanna McIntosh) is now available on iTunes, Spotify and Bandcamp.

Composer Steve Lynch’s Carpenter-esque soundtrack draws on 1980s synth-heavy scores, combining them with a more modern feel. The result is a jarring, pulsating backdrop to the film’s tension and violence. ip Magazine aid "e score of this film is perfect, especially with its very riveting motif of a consistent beat that puts the audience in a state of trance and excitement of the situation to follow.” rrornews.ne said “mposer Steve Lynch perfectly captures a claustrophobic vibe that graces “Prey” with a timeless quality one wouldn’t otherwise associate with it."

Steve has been writing music for film, tv and commercials for over 10 years. Notable work includes “An Klondike” (TG4), an IFTA nominated score for “Saving the Titanic” and a top 5 single (a cover of Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” for a Ballygowan ad campaign).

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Some reviews - 

 

"The score of this film is perfect, especially with its very riveting motif of a consistent beat that puts the audience in a state of trance and excitement of the situation to follow. "- Quip Mag

"Taking an electronic cue from John Carpenter’s earlier works, composer Steve Lynch perfectly captures a claustrophobic vibe that graces “Prey” with a timeless quality one wouldn’t otherwise associate with it." Horror News

"Meanwhile, composer Steve Lynch delivers a menacing electronic score that excels at creating atmosphere and elevating tension." ­ Cinematically Enigmatic

"The exciting action, bloody executions, and suspenseful shoot­outs are made freakishly tense due to a phenomenal score by Steve Lynch. It channels the very best of the famous John Carpenter­esque electronic style and O’Malley combines it with the crisp cinematography of Piers McGrail in order to create a nightmarish atmosphere and mood." - Thy Critic Man

"Featuring a cool Carpenter­esque score and crisp cinematography, Brian O’Malley’s feature film debut is a violently thrilling romp." ­ Cinema Axis

|A heavily John Carpenter­esque electronic score is something that has become very popular in recent years, and I have knocked other films for using it. LET US PREY uses this type of score very effectively, building tension slowly until the climax of the film.| ­ Terror in Toronto

"The movie’s score is electronic and reminiscent of horror movies past. O’Malley, who has a love affair with electronica, describes it as “Carpenteresque”. It strikes the right mood and contributes to the tension. As the story escalates (and it does escalate!), so does the score. It keeps up with the action and scares beat for beat" ­ Geekpron