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Rob Lord

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Artist's top tracks

We Are Here Rob Lord, Eliza Skelton 03:22
How You Get to Me Rob Lord, Eliza Skelton 03:42
They Funna Know Me Rob Lord 01:55
Flashlight on the Deck Rob Lord, Eliza Skelton 01:32
Till Dawn Rob Lord 02:22
Tears In The Rain Rob Lord 01:13

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How You Get to Me
Flashlight on the Deck
They Funna Know Me
A Woman Of Substance

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Rob Lord is an award winning film and television composer working primarily between the UK and the US. His scores and songs can be heard in films such as Amazon Studio’s Troop Zero starring Oscar winners Viola Davis and Allison Janney, Universal Pictures boxing biopic I Am Duran with Robert De Niro , comedy features Apartment 12 starring Mark Ruffalo and Higher Grounds with Derry Girl’s Saoirse-Monica Jackson, Sci-fi movie Slipstream starring Sean Astin and Vinnie Jones and horror films Writer’s Retreat, Pumpkinhead Ashes To Ashes and Pumpkinhead Blood Feud with Lance Henrickson and The Fallow Field among others. Other notable credits include the BAFTA and RTS award nominated television feature documentary The Girl Who Talked To Dolphins for the BBC, and the multi award winning US Sci-Fi drama series RCVR as well as multiple credits in animation, factual and documentary television. He recently provided music and sound design for the artist Ai Weiwei's landmark exhibition at London’s Royal Academy of Arts. Rob has also scored video game titles for a host of publishers and developers including Eidos, Sony, Disney, Sega, Codemasters, Perfect Entertainment and Microsoft. In a previous life having graduated from Art College Rob toured and recorded for a number of high profile groups playing keyboards and guitar for Dodgy, The Primitives, Voice Of The Beehive, The Connells and Paul Oakenfold’s Grace for whom Rob wrote the UK hit You’re Not Mine. Rob also had his own bands Vagabond Joy and Starpower signed to EMI and Rough Trade respectively and released his own Krautrock influenced music under the name Ausgang as well as appearing on two Mute Records collections of Electronica.