Earworm worked on the music supervision and licensing for HBO’s new series Run.
Run is an 8-part, comedic thriller from Fleabag and Killing Eve creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge and her frequent collaborator Vicky Jones. Run center’s on Ruby (Merritt Wever), a woman living a humdrum existence who one day gets a text inviting her to fulfill a youthful pact, promising true love and self-reinvention, by stepping out of her life to take a journey with her oldest flame (Domhnall Gleeson).
Earworm worked on the music supervision for HBO’s hit series Big Little Lies (Season 2).
Based on the same-titled bestseller by Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies weaves a darkly comedic tale of murder and mischief in the tranquil beachfront town of Monterey, California.
Amidst doting moms, successful husbands, beautiful children, and stunning homes exists a community fueled by rumors and divided into haves and have-nots, exposing fractured relationships between husbands and wives, parents and children, and friends and neighbors.
Earworm worked on the music licensing and supervision for Trust, created by Simon Beaufoy which premiered on FX.
Inspired by actual events, Trust delves into the trials and triumphs of one of America's wealthiest and unhappiest families, the Gettys. Equal parts family history, dynastic saga and an examination of the corrosive power of money, Trust explores the complexities at the heart of every family, rich or poor.
H&M x Baz Luhrmann: Advertising Campaign
Earworm worked on music supervision and composition for an H&M campaign alongside visionary film maker Baz Luhrmann.
To complement the short film, Earworm commissioned Years & Years to work on a bespoke composition to bring the vision of ‘eternal spring’ to life.
The short, made for for ERDEM x H&M, stars Harriet Walter, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, and more. “The song is about falling head over heels for somebody and it totally up-ends everything you thought you knew about yourself,” Years & Years’s Olly Alexander said in a press release.
Luhrmann said the film, set in a floral country house, is “like a metaphor for our times — it’s harsh out there in the world, but in here, the things that really matter keep growing in an eternal spring.”
American Honey: Feature Film [A24]