Indie film production company Hereford Films are renowned for their hard hitting British gangster films...
Hereford Films, the indie film production company renowned for its hard hitting British gangster films, has just announced a music division, with the launch of Hereford Records.
Hereford Films will release the soundtracks to its movies on digital and in some cases CD, via its website www.herefordfilms.co.uk/store
The soundtracks to the gangster film hits WE STILL KILL THE OLD WAY and WE STILL STEAL THE OLD WAY are available now!
First to be released and Out Now are the soundtracks to the highly popular WE STILL KILL THE OLD WAY by Robert Geoffrey Hughes and WE STILL STEAL THE OLD WAY by Robert Geoffrey Hughes and Chris Hurst.
The films which have picked up something of a cult following, star Britflick icons Ian Ogilvy, Chris Ellison, Alison Doody, Billy Murray, Lysette Anthony, Steven Berkoff, James Cosmo and Patrick Bergin, and were directed by Sacha Bennett (Bonded by Blood). A third and final film in the series, WE STILL DIE THE OLD WAY, is set for release in 2020.
Talking about the new venture and the initial releases, Hereford CEO Jonathan Sothcott commented:
“Hereford is about giving audiences what they want and we are delighted to be making these two terrific British film soundtracks available to the public. I have collected movie soundtracks for years and these will be a welcome addition to my collection. I’m particularly pleased that we are releasing the deluxe limited edition CD albums as these keep with the films’ old school ethos."
Robert Geoffrey Hughes and Chris Hurst commented:
“We are proud to say that KILL and STEAL will be released on Hereford Records and in association with our music production company/label PLANETS IN ALIGNMENT on Friday, June 28th 2019 and available on all major platforms including Spotify, Amazon and iTunes.
We are very fond of the physical format too so apart from downloading, you will be able to purchase a very limited edition signed CD (remember those!) exclusively via the new Hereford Films store page on their website.”
For more information and to purchase the albums visit www.herefordfilms.co.uk/store