The songs or original scores used in a film or TV show are generally responsible for setting the mood for each scene.
This is especially crucial for a romantic comedy like A Perfect Pairing, which debuted on Netflix recently and attempts to make its audience care about the couple on screen.
But what songs are included in the film’s soundtrack, and who composed the film’s optimistic score?
The Release Date and Synopsis Are a Perfect Match.
On Thursday, May 19, 2022, A Perfect Pairing walked onto the Netflix scene.
The film follows Lola (Victoria Justice) as she leaves her position as a high-ranking executive at a Los Angeles wine company to launch her own wine distribution business.
When Lola’s first prospective customer, Australia’s Vaughn Family Wines, shows no interest in working with her, she tries to win them over by offering to help out on the family’s sheep farm for free.
Although Lola initially feels out of place, with the assistance of the station’s tough manager, Max, she eventually adjusts, and the two forms an unexpected friendship.
A Perfect Pairing Soundtrack
Many Catchy Indie Songs Are Featured in A Perfect Pairing.
These Are the Tracks that Can Be Found on The Soundtrack of A Perfect Pairing:
Machines, by Abram Shook
Song on The Road by Timber Bones
Homie by Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros Blood by The Middle East
Vance’s Missing Piece, a Fictitious Story Joy
Author Julia Jacklin’s Pool Party
The Gibb Brothers’ Do It Like Me and Jet’s “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”
The Vines’ Kids’ Ride Dope Lemon’s “falling in Love”
Author Simon Anderson’s Brandenburg Gateways
“Feeling Fine” by Bob Bradley and Gavin Mc Grath
Who Composed the Score?
Australian Composer Nerida Tyson-Chew Provided the Upbeat Score for A Perfect Pairing, Which Works Well with The Film’s Licenced Songs.
Nerida Began Her Career in Cinema and Tv Music in The 1990s and Has Since Contributed to The Scores of More than 60 Films, Television Series, and Documentaries.
Though Her Most Recent Score Is for A Perfect Pairing, Nerida Has Also Worked on The Scores for Batman:
The Animated Series, the Deep, H Is for Happiness (an Australian film set to be released in 2019), Taboo (a National Geographic documentary series), Snobs (an Australian children’s television series), and Bryan Brown’s Twisted Tales.
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