Fear takes us down an unexpected road in EOS, a revolutionary Solarpunk story from author Samantha Redstreake Geary, in collaboration with artist Jenny Vyas, featuring music by Really Slow Motion, and groundbreaking graphics via designer Koke Núñez Gómez!
A new dawn is on the horizon, where boundaries are broken, diversity is embraced, and an optimistic, creative vision of our future on Earth takes center stage.
EOS is a powerful solarpunk story narrated by FEAR, who tackles real-world issues concerning terrorism, prejudice, and diversity, to near-future technology surrounding sustainable energy that restores the balance between humanity and nature. This isn’t a defeatist tale. It is a look through the lens of positive futurism that showcases the courage, compassion and capabilities of humanity as equal partners in building a bridge to a better tomorrow.
Meet the Composers
Really Slow Motion, from CEO/Creative Director Agus Gonzalez-Lancharro, is a music and sound production team of experienced professionals whose main focus is Film, Game, TV and commercial media. They write, record, produce and mix under custom requests to provide powerful soundtracks and sound designs for all media projects. For editors, music supervisors or media professionals, they also have a catalog of licensable music for trailers available for a wide range of commercial projects.
Curious about the origins of their name? Check out Clothilde Lebrun’s 2013 interview with Agus Gonzalez-Lancharro for Trailer Music News:
Agus: “I’ve always liked paradox and incoherence in names! But in this case, it made lots of sense to me. Really slow motion footage is so beautiful, you can observe every single detail in a very cinematic way that you wouldn’t normally spot in regular motion. When I was a kid, every time I watched a really slow motion capture I would be fascinated, watching it over and over again having some sort of music ringing on my mind while watching. Once said that, Really Slow Motion merges both motion picture and music, and that’s exactly what we do.”
EOS Commenting Contest
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EOS Review Contest
Starting April 1st, I’ll reveal sensory-rich sneak peeks into the world of EOS, a futuristic sci fi solarpunk short story available on AMAZON for $0.99. Post a REVIEW of EOS on AMAZON by May 31st and you’ll be entered to WIN a signed copy of RSM’s Battle Angel and signed limited edition print from painter, Jenny Vyas!