Lana Del Rey, Nick Cave, Beabadoobee & more are set to feaure on “The New Look” original soundtrack. We sniff a grammy win in the air.
Binge-worthy TV and sick tunes? Count us in. Here at Happy Mag, we live for those short-run series that pack a punch, and Apple TV+ is about to deliver the goods with “The New Look.”
Steady yourselves for a 10-episode rollercoaster through wartime Paris, courtesy of Christian Dior and Coco Chanel, led by Todd A. Kessler and a dream team cast featuring Ben Mendelsohn, Juliette Binoche, and Maisie Williams.
Grammy winner Jack Antonoff is producing the soundtrack, and by the sounds, this is going to be anything but ordinary; Antonoff’s diving into the early to mid-twentieth-century tunes and giving them a makeover courtesy of Florence Welch, Lana Del Rey, Matty Healy from The 1975, Beabadoobee, Nick Cave, Perfume Genius, and, of course, Antonoff’s own – Bleachers.
Ready your calendars – “The New Look” hitsApple TV+ on February 14, 2024, with a triple whammy of episodes. After that, it’s a weekly date with history, style, and killer tunes every Wednesday until April 3.
More recently, Antonoff joined forces with Charli XCX to compose original songs for A24’s upcoming pop music film, “Mother Mary,” featuring Anne Hathaway and Michaela Coel in lead roles.
The duo took on the roles of both songwriters and producers for the film, anticipated to be a pop melodrama centering around a fictional musician.
Given Antonoff’s track record for crafting indie pop hits enthusiasts of the genre eagerly await the unique contribution he will undoubtedly bring to his cinematic musical endeavors.