Chasing Coral Soundtrack Release

Dan Romer Teddy Geiger

The Chasing Coral soundtrack ft. Kristen Bell is now available on iTunes & Apple Music! Score by Dan Romer & Saul Simon MacWilliams. End credit song "Tell Me How Long" written by Dan Romer & Teddy Geiger.

All proceeds donated towards preserving the planet to WILD Foundation. If you'd like to support, download & stream today.

There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back #1 Pop Radio!

Teddy Geiger Andrew Maury Shawn Mendes

Massive congrats to Teddy Geiger and Andrew Maury for having the #1 song at Pop Radio with Shawn Mendes!

Atypical on Netflix

Dan Romer

Congrats to Dan Romer for scoring the entire first season of Atypical. Streaming now on Netflix!

Do Ya? by NVDES

Teddy Geiger

Do Ya? single out now! Co-Written by Teddy Geiger.

Grace Mitchell "Come Back For You"

Andrew Maury

Cheers to Grace Mitchell and team for the new single "Come Back For You". Mixed by Andrew Maury.

"Tell Me How Long" feat. Kristen Bell

Dan Romer Teddy Geiger

"Tell Me How Long" music video released today from the Chasing Coral documentary. Written by Dan Romer and Teddy Geiger.

"Chasing Coral" out today!

Teddy Geiger Dan Romer

"Chasing Coral" streaming on Netflix today! End song "Tell Me How Long" featuring Kristen Bell, is written by Dan Romer and Teddy Geiger. Film score by Dan Romer and Saul Simon MacWilliams.

"The Little Hours"

Dan Romer

"The Little Hours" is playing in theaters around the country now. The film's score was composed by Dan Romer. Exclusive track download available to Regal Crown Club members.

Where to watch "The Little Hours"

"There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" Video Release

Teddy Geiger Andrew Maury Shawn Mendes

Cheers to Shawn Mendes and team for the killer new video for “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back”. Written/produced by Teddy Geiger and mixed by Andrew Maury.

"Chasing Coral" Official Trailer

Dan Romer

Beneath the waves, coral reefs are dying on a massive scale. These scientists and filmmakers are fighting to stop it. Chasing Coral comes to Netflix July 14. Composed by Dan Romer and Saul Simon MacWilliams.