Ben Lovett

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Ben Lovett
Ben Lovett singing
Background information
Born (1978-05-03) May 3, 1978 (age 36)
Georgia, United States
Genres Rock, film, experimental
Occupation(s) Musician, film composer, producer
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 2000–present
Labels Lovers Label
Associated acts LOVETT
Website benlovett.com

Ben Lovett (born May 3, 1978) is a current American recording artist, film composer, songwriter and producer from Georgia. Lovett is the founder of record label, Lovers Label.[1]

Previous work includes recording and producing musical projects, Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves with Chris Wollard (of Hot Water Music), and Heavens with Matt Skiba (of Alkaline Trio).

Lovett has won several awards, including Best Score at The Brooklyn International Film Festival for The Last Lullaby in 2009, and Best Score for "Ghost of Old Highways" at the Madrid International Film Festival[2] and the Charlotte Film Festival[3] in 2012.

Discography[edit]

LPs:

Year Title Label
2011 Highway Collection Lovers Label

EPs:

Year Title Info
2005 The Breath of New Color Limited Edition 12"

Singles:

Year Title Info
2010 The Fear / Like A Moving Train Limited Edition 7"
2010 Heartattack from Highway Collection
2011 Eye of the Storm from Highway Collection
2013 "Heartattack Remixes" Remixes from Highway Collection

Produced Records:

Year Artist Album Info
2000 Pelican City Rhode Island with Brian Burton
2005 Lovett The Breath of New Color Limited Edition 12" EP
2006 Heavens Patent Pending on Epitaph records, with Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio).
2009 Chris Wollard & The Ship Thieves ST on No Idea Records
2009 Laura Minor Let Evening Come Song: The Beast featuring Dalek, on Ocean of Sound Records
2011 The Moor ST with Josiah Steinbrick

Co-Writes:

Year Artist Song Title Info
2006 Heavens "Dead End Girl" Co-Written with Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio)

Composer:

Year Film Title Info
2005 Last Goodbye[4] Starring Faye Dunaway and David Carradine. The film premiered at Tribeca Film Festival.
2007 The Signal[5] Premiered at Sundance Film Festival, 2007 and was theatrically released by Magnolia Pictures in 2008. The original Score was released on Lakeshore Records in 2008.[6]
2008 The Last Lullaby Starring Tom Sizemore and was the Winner ‐ Best Score ‐ 2009 at Brooklyn International Film Festival.[7]
2009 My Super Psycho Sweet Sixteen An MTV Films original movie.[8]
2010 My Super Psycho Sweet Sixteen II An MTV Films original movie.[9]
2012 Black Rock A horror thriller starring Kate Bosworth, written by Mark Duplass
2012 'My Super Psycho Sweet Sixteen III' An MTV Films original movie.
2012 Sun Don't Shine SXSW Special Jury Prize Winner 2012; Gotham Award Nominee 2012[10][11]
2012 Ghost of Old Highways Winner -Best Soundtrack – 2012 Madrid International Film Festival[12]
2012 When We Lived in Miami short film directed by Amy Seimetz.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

The Last Lullaby

The Signal.

Last Goodbye

Ship Thieves