Guy Farley
Background information
Born 5 February 1963
Haslemere, UK
Occupation Musician, composer
Years active 1980s-present
Associated acts Sugarbabes
Duran Duran
Musician / Composer

Guy Farley (born 5 February 1963 in Haslemere, UK) is a British musician and composer, whose work has included a piano performance on Duran Duran's "Starting to Remember", released on the Pop Trash album, and production and string arrangements on the Astronaut album.


Guy Farley is one of Europe’s leading composers for the international film scene, with a style that is warm, melodic and distinctive. His music includes sweeping orchestral scores, world music (Indian, African and Asian), contemporary sound design and programming to collaborations with pop artists and producers. He works from the Sphere Studios, a state of the art recording complex in Battersea (UK).

Aside from Guy’s film and television work, he has written and produced music with artists such as the Sugababes, the Appletons, Mica Paris, Duran Duran and Charlotte Church, including "Don't Worry" (a Top 10 UK hit) for the Appletons, and "Caught" and "Conversation" for the Sugababes. Guy also worked on the song "Tonight" by Amy Winehouse for the film Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason.

Guy’s advertising credits include Lloyds TSB with Michael Nyman, Cancer Research, NSPCC, Gordon’s Gin, Lynx, Galaxy, ‘Bratz Passion for Fashion’, Cable & Wireless, Motorola, the Teacher Training Agency, Compaq and Fifa.

Recent work includes scoring the US movie, The Flock starring Richard Gere and Claire Danes, The Christmas Miracle of Jonathan Toomey starring Joely Richardson and Tom Berenger, and Operazione Pilota, an Italian feature. He also scored The Broken, filmed in London by Oscar nominated director, Sean Ellis.

A selection of creditsEdit


  • Knife Edge
  • The Flirting Club
  • Roar
  • Book of Blood
  • I Know You Know
  • The Broken
  • Operazione Pilota
  • The Flock
  • The Land of the Blind
  • Cashback
  • Mother Teresa
  • Citizen Verdict
  • Irish Jam
  • Sorted
  • Two's Company
  • Hidden Treasures
  • The Monkey's Paw
  • Gypsie Girl
  • One Woman's War

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