Isa Summers (Isa Machine)

Isabella (the Machine) Summers, known best as the architect of the sound of Florence and the Machine, spent 14 years writing, producing, touring, and composing her cinematic sound before making the jump from pop music to composing for film and television.


First scoring some of Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation Isabella then went on to score Little Fires Everywhere for Hulu, earning her a Emmy nomination, in addition to creating the main title theme for Sky’s Riviera. Less than a year later, she is now on her fifth show, Physical for Apple TV+, as well as the upcoming series Panic for Amazon Prime and Sex/Life for Netflix. When not scoring for film and television, Isabella is also currently working on her debut solo album.