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Ezra Furman is set to release the soundtrack to Netflix series Sex Education

Check out 'Every Feeling' below.
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Published: 8:38 pm, January 21, 2020 Photos: Sarah Louise Bennett.
Ezra Furman is set to release the soundtrack to Netflix series Sex Education

Ezra Furman is set to release the soundtrack to Netflix series Sex Education.

After the second season of the show dropped last week, Furman has announced the plan alongside the first track, 'Every Feeling'.

"Making music for a TV show was a new experience for me," Ezra explains. "As a fan of many a high school comedy, for example The Breakfast Club and 10 Things I Hate About You, I knew how fun the music can be, and also how emotional. I wanted to rise to the challenge.

"I decided I’d use the Sex Education project as a place to put my tenderness, my sadness and longing. The soft teenage feelings that every adult knows continue long after high school ends."

The whole thing is set to arrive via Bella Union this Friday, 24th January. You can check out 'Every Feeling' below.

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