four weddings and a funeral

HRVY leads the way on music from ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’

Debuting on Hulu at the end of July, the music from 2019’s Four Weddings and a Funeral remake hits streaming services this week.

The miniseries spin-off from the 1994 film classic premiered on the US video on demand service late last month, with a UK release date yet to be announced.

Nonetheless, music fans will be delighted with the collection of eleven tracks released from the show, including new material from the artists involved…

It had been a bit quiet in HRVY-land as of late, the 20-year-old even took to social media to confirm to fans that he was indeed still alive, just working hard. It’s hard to blame the rising star as he jets from the UK to Los Angeles to Korea on the regular and has confirmed work on none less than two music videos for upcoming releases.

The ‘Told You So‘ singer is at the helm of one of the soundtrack’s most impressive numbers with ‘Out Loud’. Produced by Steve Rusch, whose list of credits ranges from Michael Jackson to Rihanna to Destiny’s Child and almost everyone inbetween, the ballad sees a new sound from HRVY which will have fans even more ready for the singer’s upcoming singles.

Fellow producing juggernaut Frazer T. Smith is one of the names behind Bishop Briggs‘ feisty ‘Holy Water’. James Smith of ‘T-Shirts’ fame also features with an original track, ‘Till Death Do Us Part’, which might not quite rival Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking of You’ reign over modern wedding classics – but there’s no reason it shouldn’t.

Elsewhere, Emeli Sandé lends her sily vocals to a cover of Stevie Wonder’s ‘For Once In My Life’ whilst Lily Moore gives her trademark take on ‘Heart Of Glass’. Calum Scott turns Matt Monro’s jazzy ‘Around The World’ to a piano ballad that will pluck on your heartstrings and Nina Nesbitt slows down The Darkness’ ‘I Believe In A Thing Called Love’ to her infamous bedroom-producing sound.

Skylar Grey, Jamie N Commons, Naughty Boy, Vishal-Shekhar, Hussain Manawer and LYRA are the remaining artists featuring on the soundtrack.

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Written by Toby Bryant

Student journalist: music, sport, culture and just about anything in-between… Have worked for The Courier, NME, Daily Mirror, FourFourTwo & British Rowing, amongst others.
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