MUSIC NEWS: GROUPLOVE UNVEILS THEME SONG FOR NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIES “BOJACK HORSEMAN”

Canvasback Music/Atlantic recording artists Grouplove have unveiled the theme song to the irreverent and darkly hilarious NetFlix Original Series "BoJack Horseman," starring Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, and Amy Sedaris.   Written and recorded by Grouplove frontman Christian Zucconi specifically for the series,  the song, "Back In The 90's (BoJack Theme Song)," plays at the conclusion of each episode of the network's first adult animated series, which recently premiered on August 22, and is currently streaming here:  http://bit.ly/XG5y69. The trailer for "BoJack Horseman" can be viewed at NetFlix's official YouTube channel  (http://youtu.be/i1eJMig5Ik4).

"I am honored to be part of such an incredible project that involves so many talented people," says Zucconi.  "The creators of the show brought me to the animation studios where I watched a teaser that began to unveil the complex character of BoJack. Pretty sure he is every artist's worst nightmare, but regardless I find myself rooting for him. It was fun to write a song for BoJack because it needed to combine the highs and lows that come with life but still be catchy as hell."

"As huge fans of Grouplove, we were thrilled when Christian and the band agreed to create an original song for BoJack Horseman" said the show's executive producer Noel Bright. "As soon as we heard the song, we knew it would be a perfect end credit theme that would add an extra layer to the show – it's catchy, fun and memorable, which are hallmarks of a Grouplove song."

In other news, Grouplove is set to on NBC's "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on September 17.  The performance follows the band's Honda Civic Tour finale on the Central Park Summerstage in New York City on September 16. The band is currently co-headlining the cross-country trek with Atlantic labelmates Portugal. The Man. For more information, please visit www.grouplovemusic.com/tour.

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