So pleased to hear some of my music used repeatedly in ‘Married at First Sight Australia’ showing on “Lifetime” and in the UK on E4.
If you haven’t heard of this programme before, or if you want to tune in to hear my tunes, you’ll find the fourth series currently airing weeknights on E4 over the next five weeks.
It’s meant to be the most explosive series yet – not sure what that means they’ll end up doing!
The couples are being brought together by expert matchmakers – relationship psychologist John Aiken, neuropsychotherapist Trisha Stratford and dating expert and psychologist Mel Schilling.
These professionals are going to match all the couples based on extensive psychological and neurological testing and profiling (sounds dangerous!).
The base of this experiment is to determine if science can predict true love in couples who will get married at first sight.
So how do you choose music to support Married at First Sight?
You’ll be looking to portray a variety of human emotions as these couples go through the stages of this experiment.
Here’s some examples:
The music is written to be flexible, so that it can be used for different sections of the programme, even when the emotions are varied . Some examples of keywords used for this album
- Perky, uplifting, positive, fun, hopeful
- Warm, tender, compassionate
- Nostalgic, contentment, passion
All these tracks are from this album:
I’m so glad to hear this album getting so much usage, it’s one of my best sellers. I spent a good year refining the tracks to ensure they captured positive feelings portrayed through a variety of styles . Being meticulous in my pursuit, it was time well spent, as the end result paid off.
In addition to the tracks used for this programme, there are other tracks for you to sample – take a listen! If you need to use any of these tracks please get in touch with my publisher via the link above.
Ahh the music of love (I hope), passion, fun, frivolty – I may be renaming myself as Matthew Amour Music!
If you are looking for music for TV, Film or adverts, please contact me. I’d be happy to discuss with you further.