Following the unprecedented indie success of a debut home made EP which sold over 50,000 copies, Scottish singer-songwriter Alexi Murdoch released his critically acclaimed debut album Time Without Consequence Stateside via his own label, Zero Summer Records, in 2006. Rolling Stone named him one of that year's '10 Artists to Watch' while Interview lauded his "ability to directly communicate a wellspring of deep emotion," Alternative Press awarded the album 5 out of 5, and similar raves came in from many other publications. Songs from the album have subsequently been featured in films such as Gone Baby Gone and Garden State, as well as TV shows such as The O.C. The new Sam Mendes directed film 'Away We Go' represents the first instance where Murdoch is the primary musical voice of an entire film. Ahead of the release of that film and its soundtrack in September, Zero Summer and Nettwerk have teamed up to make 'Time Without Consequence' available domestically in the UK for the first time.