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‘Modern Love’ Intro Song: Where to Listen, Artist, Details
I don’t know if Amazon Prime has a “Skip Intro” option on their streaming service, but I don’t care to find out. In fact, if they had a “Lengthen Intro” button, that would be more useful, now that I’m watching the second season of Modern Love. The intro song is really that catchy.
The first season of Modern Love was an instant hit when it dropped on Amazon Prime in the fall of 2019. Who can resist Dev Patel making grand romantic gestures for his lost love? The second season of the anthology series adapted from the New York Times column with editor Daniel Jones producing is no different. Meaning I was full on sobbing—not sniffling, not tearing up, but genuinely bawling hysterically—after the first episode ended. This season’s eight new episodes cover everything from friendships to missed connections to coming out, and they’re all touching and resonant in their own ways. Plus, the cast includes familiar faces such as Game of Thrones’ Kit Harington and The Crown’s Tobias Menzies.
But we’re here to talk about that earworm of an intro song. What is this song I have been playing impassioned air keyboard along with on the couch every night? Turns out it’s an original song written for the series called “Setting Sail (Modern Love)” by Gary Clark and John Carney. And good news, folks. There exists a full two-minute version for your listening pleasure, with a whole second verse not heard in the series’ intro.
Just don’t forget to warm up your vocals before your shower.
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Lauren Kranc is an editorial assistant at Esquire, where she covers pop culture and television, with entirely too narrow of an expertise on Netflix dating shows.
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