Explosions in the Sky‘s guitarist Munaf Rayani has announced in an interview with Consequence of Sound (via The Playlist) that the band will be scoring David Gordon Green’s upcoming comedy Prince Avalanche. The site also reveals that composer David Wingo will be providing music for the picture. The comedy starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch is based on the Icelandic movie Either Way directed by Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurosson about two men whose lives intersect while working on a road striping crew together. Green is producing the project with Lisa Muskat, Craig Zobel, James Belfer and Derrick Tseng. Gordon Green has previously used several pieces of Explosion of their Sky’s music in his past films, including 2003′s All the Real Girls and 2007′s Snow Angels, while Wingo has co-scored a number of the director’s project, most recently last year’s The Sitter. The post-rock band has previously ventured into film scoring, most notably on Peter Berg’s Friday Night Lights. Prince Avalanche was shot last month in Texas and is currently in post-production. No word yet on a release date.

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