It seems to be the British Cinema at the moment is turning out quirky films which are marked by excellent soundtracks. Submarine had a classic track from Alex Turner, anything by Shane Meadows usually has an eclectic mixture of great songs, and then there is this little gem.
Bunny and the Bull has to be one of the oddest films I have seen, with it's mixture of surreal animations and of beat humour. Producing a suitable background music must have been a daunting task, but the Ralfe Band has certainly risen to it.
The music is totally fitting to the film. It is quirky, fun, serious where it needs to be, surreal at other times. It has a very European flavour, with lots of French accordion and more Eastern influences, that makes it sound at times like some weird hybrid of Gogol Bordello with Satie, with hint of Madness and Pink Floyd thrown in. It's pretty unique, totally fitting to the film, and very listenable to in it's own right (the hall mark of a great film soundtrack for me)