Over the past two seasons, HBO’s critically acclaimed series Girls has exploded in popularity and is a weekly “must see.” Lena Dunham, the show’s writer, producer, and director, has truly created the voice of a generation.
For it’s third season and accompanying soundtrack, Girls’ music supervisor, Manish Raval, stayed true to the show’s current relevance and vibe by featuring some amazingly talented artists. The soundtrack, Girls Volume 2: All Adventurous Women Do… was released on Atlantic Records on February 11, 2014, features new music from artists VampireWeekend, Beck, Postal Service siren turned solo artist Jenny Lewis, and pop chart singer/songwriter, Christina Perri.
Tracks by Jenny Lewis, “Completely Not Me” and Christina Perri, “I Don’t Wanna Break,” were both mastered by Emily Lazar at The Lodge. Long time client of The Lodge, Rostam Batmanglij of Vampire Weekend, produced and mixed Jenny Lewis’s “Completely Not Me” which was showcased in the season’s premier episode. Christina Perri’s love-sick “I Don’t Wanna Break” produced by John Hill and Jack Antonoff and mixed by Micheal Brauer, also made it’s debut on the Girls soundtrack and is included in Perri’s full length album titled, Head or Heart (also mastered by Emily Lazar) and will be released on April 1, 2014, on Atlantic Records.