Illinois composer Erik Haddad is a rising star in TV music with a list of credits that includes Dateline (NBC), The Voice (NBC), Pawn Stars (History), Long Island Medium (TLC), American Pickers (History), Aftermath With William Shatner (BIO), The First 48 (A&E), Say Yes To The Dress (TLC), 16 & Pregnant (MTV), Tosh.0 (Comedy Central), and much more. His music has also been used in film, video games, documentaries, and commercials. Erik's genres include everything from mysterious Dramatic underscore to eclectic World, Pop, Electronic, New Age, Jazz, Rock, and Latin music.
Erik Haddad's additional TV credits include: Fashion Star (NBC), Abandoned (Nat Geo), Oddities (Science Channel), Giuliana and Bill (Style), Cajun Pawn Stars (History Channel), Duck Dynasty (A&E), The Jesus Conspiracies (Discovery Channel), Ragin' Cajuns (Discovery Channel), Off Limits (Travel Channel), Flipping Out (Bravo), Hillbilly Handfishin' (Animal Planet), Extreme Cribs (MTV), Big Rich Texas (Style), NY Ink (TLC), Too Cute (Animal Planet), Big Sexy (TLC) American Weed (Nat Geo), Comic Book Men (AMC), Angels Among Us (CMT), American Stuffers (Animal Planet), Why Am I Still Single (VH1), My Big Redneck Vacation (CMT), North Woods Law (Animal Planet), and Fatal Encounters (Discovery ID), among many others.
This dreamy and cinematic indie rock track has a beautiful choir over heavily reverbed drums, electric and acoustic guitars, glockenspiel, etc. Emotionally moving and dramatic, with underlying themes of hope, redemption and acceptance. Great for modern drama soundtrack. Vocal Pads, Indie Rock, Indie Rock