Peter Dinklage and Aaron and Bryce Dessner perform ‘Your Name’ on Colbert

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The song appears on the twin brothers’ new soundtrack for the Dinklage-starring film ‘Cyrano’

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game of Thrones Star Peter Dinklage joins The National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner for a performance on Colbert this week — check it out below.

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The trio performed the song ‘Your Name’, which appears on the new soundtrack for the Dinklage-starring film adaptation of The Desner Twins. Cyrano, set to release in UK cinemas in January.

  • Read more: Aaron and Bryce Dessner on their ‘Cyrano’ film soundtrack: “They’re kind of national anthem, and have an inner, intimate feeling”

It was announced last year that MGM had acquired the rights to the film, which will be directed by Joe Wright and will see Peter Dinklage reprising his role as Cyrano de Bergerac from the 2018 musical, which is based on the historical Goodspeed opera. House’s Terris Theatre.

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NS Cyrano OST will be released on December 10 through Decca Records in vinyl and CD formats, and the film will hit UK cinemas in January. The music is written and composed by the Desner Twins, while National frontman Matt Berninger and his wife Karin Besser wrote the lyrics for the score.

Dinklage and Dessners bring ‘Your Name’ down to late night TV.

The film, which is an adaptation of Edmund Rostand’s play Cyrano de Bergerasi Written by writer/director/actor Erica Schmidt (Dinklage’s wife), Haley Bennett (as Roxanne), Brian Tyree Henry and Ben Mendelsohn will also star.

talking to Granthshala Recently regarding his work on the soundtrack, Desers discussed how the soundtrack adapted from his work on the Off-Broadway production into a full film score.

“For plays, we had to write music for a Broadway band, but the way we play is pretty specific so it was great to be able to finish the songs the way we wanted,” Bryce said. Granthshala,

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“It’s not a normal musical with big, slamming needle-drops. They’re kind of national anthems, and have an inner, intimate feeling, and seamlessly weave in and out of the narrative.”

In August, Dessner wrote ‘How Long Do You Think It’s Gonna Last?’ Also shared, which was Bon Iver’s second album with Justin Vernon under his Big Red Machine moniker – read GranthshalaInterview with Dessner about the album here.

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