Wolf Like Me: Score By Piers Burbrook de Vere Releases Digitally, Series Now Streaming on Peacock!

“The music is at once dreamy with its echoey sonic palette as well as tension-filled and provides an evocative backdrop to the unusually challenging relationship within the offbeat series.” 

Endeavor Content has released Wolf Like Me—Original Series Soundtrack available now digitally!  Composed by Piers Burbrook De Vere (Little Monsters, Under the Volcano), the music is at once dreamy with its echoey sonic palette as well as tension-filled and provides an evocative backdrop to the unusually challenging relationship within the offbeat series (ComingSoon.net).  View the album tracklist, listening links, and more below.

Created and directed by Abe Forsythe and starring Isla Fisher and Josh Gad, the series premiered on Peacock on January 13.

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Listen]

Track List:
01. Break Yourself Open
02. Routine Synodic
03. This Is Who I Am
04. Waxing Moon
05. Dear Adelaide
06. Feed The Right One
07. False Meaning
08. Mary Leaves
09. Voyager
10. The Golden Record
11. Nobody’s Perfect
12. Break Yourself Open (Reprise)
13. Next Time
14. Drive
15. Signal
16. Aurora
17. It’s Not Safe Out Here
18. Disperser

 

 
Says Burbrook De Vere: The work of scoring the show, and beginning to understand its three central characters, would weirdly involve some thinking about how each of them would hear and interpret moments of on-screen music differently, with their own individual sets of baggage and vulnerabilities. Throughout the project it felt as if the music being used in Wolf Like Me could not exist separately from the score.”
 

ABOUT PIERS BURBROOK DE VERE
Piers Burbrook de Vere is an artist and composer based in the Blue Mountains, Australia.
 
A product of the early 90s Western Australian bush setting he grew up in, Piers was resolved to seek out a violin teacher after seeing The Bushwacker Band perform what must have been an inspiring set at the Fremantle Arts Centre. That same year, aged four-and-a-half, he shifted focus from bluegrass to an intensive classical training in the Suzuki method. Thirteen years later he drove east and became a student of Composition at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
 
The son of a polyglot nomad born of the greatest generation and a music teacher of the flower power era, Piers cites his family’s love of storytelling – from his father’s migrations between Cairo, the Middle East, British Borneo and India, to his mother’s upbringing as a rector’s daughter within the conservative Church of England – and the accompanying soundtrack of eclectic instruments and records that filled the house, as being the most significant of his musical influences.
 
Piers successfully debuted into film composition in 2016 with Abe Forsythe’s dark satire Down Under, a confronting conversation about the Cronulla race riots that shook Sydney’s beaches in the early 2000s. That collaboration was followed by the 2019 Sundance hit Little Monsters for which Piers became an APRA award recipient.
 
Piers has written original scores for two acclaimed documentaries: Jen Peedom’s River, a tone poem narrated by Willem Dafoe that examines the fragile arteries of our planet; and Gracie Otto’s Under The Volcano, which tells the story of Beatles producer George Martin and his recording studio that stood in the shadow of an active volcano.
 
Beyond the studio, Piers is an accomplished musician, and in 2019 he performed using software and electronics at London’s Barbican Hall, with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, under the Artistic Direction of Richard Tognetti
 
ABOUT ENDEAVOR CONTENT
Endeavor Content is a global leader in the development, financing and sales of premium film, television, theater and audio content. Endeavor Content seeks to facilitate more ownership and creative freedom for artists, creators and production companies in an ever-evolving media landscape. Endeavor Content is a division of Endeavor, a global entertainment, sports and content company.

Everyone brings their own set of baggage to a new relationship. Gary (Josh Gad) and Mary (Isla Fisher) are no different. Gary is an emotional wreck and struggles to provide for his daughter since the death of his wife. Mary has a secret she can’t bring herself to share with anyone. The universe brought these two together for a reason, they just need to keep following the signs. 

Wolf Like Me now streaming on Peacock!

 

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