Like every year, Oscar 2015 nominations for Best Original Song is going to be very tricky and a hard pick! With talented artists like Lorde, Grouplove to name a few, the contenders for the Best Original Song are brilliant and strong.
Every year, The Academy Award honour the songwriters who have
composed the best original song written specifically for a film.
The performers of a song are not credited with the Academy Award
unless they contributed either to music, lyrics or both in their
own right. The category was introduced at the 7th Academy Awards,
the ceremony honoring the best in film for 1934.
We have some soothing music, some romantic and some rebellious
ones as well. For example, Lorde has sung a beautiful song, 'Yellow
Flicker Beat' for The Hunger Games
Mockingjay-Part 1 which reflects the rise of Katniss Everdeen
played by Jennifer Lawrence. Then we have the romantic 'Let Me' In
by Grouplove for The Fault In Our Stars.
So, we decided to take a look at some of the Oscar 2015
contenders for Best Original Song.
'Miracles' by Coldplay for Unbroken: Chris
Martin's Coldplay band has sung an exclusive song, Miracles for
Angelina Jolie directed Unbroken. The biopic is already creating a
lot of Oscar buzz for several categories, Best Original Song being
one. "Band just finished beautiful new song Miracles for the epic
#Unbrokenmovie, directed by Angelina Jolie. PH" manager turned
creative director Phil Harvey tweeted from the Coldplay's
'Yellow Flicker Beat' by Lorde for The Hunger Games
Mockingjay-Part 1: New Zealand recording artist Lorde
wrote this song with Joel Little. Yellow Flicker Beat was released
as the lead single from the soundtrack. The lyrics of the track
refer to the rise of The Hunger Games ' rebel star, Katniss
'Mercy' by Patti Smith for Noah: Musical artist Patti Smith
recorded an exclusive song with Kronos Quartet for director Daren
Arronofsky's Noah. The video and song was shown at end of the movie
with the credits complete with Bible verses.
'Let Me In' by Grouplove for The Fault In Our
Stars: The romantic song is sung by the band, Grouplove.
Although the movie which won many hearts is not making a big Oscar
buzz, its song is definitely going to get a green signal for
Academy Award for Best Original Song nominations.
'The Last Goodbye' by Billy Boyd for The Hobbit: Battle
of the Five Armies: Three days back the music video of
this heart touching song sung by Billy Boyd was released. The Last
Goodbye is a heartbreaking song feels many which makes it a hot
pick for the playlist.