It is not just the chemistry between ‘After’ actors Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin that is being praised about the just-released romantic teen drama. It is also the music on the movie’s soundtrack.
Featuring artists like Banners, James Bay, Ariana Grande, Alessia Cara, and Freya Ridings and songs like Colouring’s ‘The Wave‘, the music has had fans of the movie giving the tracks a huge boost on streaming services like Spotify.
Colouring’s ‘The Wave‘ is one of the most popular songs on the ‘After‘ soundtrack, and was played as Tessa and Hardin are at the cafe, and then driving to the lake.
The track is from the British indie band Colouring’s 2017 four-track EP Heathen, and is lovely and moody, and with an addictive beat and melody,
As for Colouring, they are a four-member indie electro-pop band founded in 2015. The band comprises singer songwriter keyboardist Jack Kenworthy, guitarist Sean Reilly, bass player Dom Potts and drummer Alex Johnson.
Their music is available on Interscope Records.
You can listen to Colouring’s ‘The Wave‘ in the video below, and find out about the band’s beginnings as well as all their news on Colouring’s website.
Their EP Heathen, including ‘The Wave’, is in the Spotify widget below too. The band also has a couple more superb EPs up on Spotify with other earworm tracks you should check out if you love their sound.
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