Composer Spotlight: Daniel Heath

composer-daniel-heathOur multi-talented composers always have new, exciting projects in the works. Today, we’re spotlighting one of them from our latest SEE Trailer Tracks release Gamer (SEE022): Composer, songwriter, and producer Daniel Heath.

Aside from the huge impact his music brings to our production music libraries, Daniel has been working on other cool projects. One of which is continuing to work with Lana Del Rey! Lana’s latest release debuted at #1 on US and UK Billboard charts, and what you may not have known is that Daniel co-wrote three songs on the album, including the title track Ultraviolence.”

Previously, Daniel collaborated with Lana on many songs for her albums in 2012, Born To Die and The Paradise Edition, produced and arranged her hit song “Young and Beautiful” for The Great Gatsby soundtrack (2013), and in early 2014, he produced Lana’s “Once Upon A Dream” cover for Maleficent.

Of course, there’s more! Recently, Daniel worked with French-American, New York-based singer-songwriter Sydney Wayser on a cover of The Belfast Child by Simple Minds for Ridley Scott’s Exodus: Gods and Kings. – and it is awesome! The film is due out in December, but you can watch the trailer (featuring Dan’s cover) below:

Are you a fan of The Fault In Our Stars? Then you probably heard Troye Sivans’ single, by the same name, which was inspired by the book – and produced by, you guessed it: Daniel Heath. Not to mention, he also recently landed a national Verizon campaign.

And there’s still more in the works for our in-demand composer. Congrats, Daniel! We’re proud to have you as a part of our roster!

For more production music from Daniel Heath, check out:

SEE - Game Trailers MusicGamer

Hybrid Game soundtracks, game trailers, intense action


Epic, alien atmospheres, intense horror, dramatic trailer and trailer FX, building, hybrid cinema


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