Fiona Apple Writes Music for New Animated Series ‘Central Park’

Fiona Apple has written new songs for the first season of Bob’s Burgers’ creators’ Apple TV+ musical comedy series Central Park. Among the songwriters who also contribute are Cyndi Lauper, Meghan Trainor, Sara Bareilles, Aimee Mann, and Anthony Hamilton. Created by Loren Bouchard, Josh Gad, and Nora Smith, Central Park made its debut yesterday (May 29th) with the first two episodes.

Each episode will feature three to six original songs, which will also be available via streaming services every week. Apple co-wrote the song ‘New York Doesn’t Like Your Face’, which will be featured in episode 10.

Check out the songs from the first two episodes below.

In April, Apple released her first album in eight years, Fetch the Bolt Cutters, which received widespread critical acclaim.

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