Soundtracks of Cinema: ‘Seasons’

Seasons Soundtrack - Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie

The Seasons soundtrack includes music by Lovi Poe, Kris Angelica Dela Cruz and Decky Margaja. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Easy Ferrer’s 2023 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.

Seasons stars Carlo Aquino as Kurt, a bar owner who searches for the ideal partner. Lovi Poe co-stars as Charlie, a post-production worker who hides romantic feelings for her best friend. The storyline follows the main players as they reach a surprising epiphany about their relationship. Composer Decky Margaja (Encantadia) scored the 108-minute Netflix film, which features a total of three credited tracks. Here’s every song in Seasons.

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Seasons Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie

Seasons Soundtrack - Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie

  • “Panaginip” by Lovi Poe (00:32:00): The Seasons soundtrack song accompanies an interior scene. Charlie prepares for a live musical performance. She sings for a crowd while playing a guitar. The track is featured again at 01:10:00.
  • “Nasaan Ka Na” by Kris Angelica Dela Cruz (01:26:00): Charlie finishes a confrontational conversation with Kurt. The music continues during a transition scene. Charlie searches for a ride near North Beach Camp. She arrives at a bus station and cries. Charlie tries to reach Kurt with a phone call.
  • “Lifetime” by Lovi Poe (01:42:00): Charlie embraces Kurt during an exterior scene. The music continues during an interior sequence. Charlie performs at Kurt’s wedding. The music picks up again during the end credits.

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Seasons released in July 2023 on Netflix. The film’s supporting cast includes Sarah Edwards (Us Again, Ang mga kaibigan ni Mama Susan), Jolo Estrada (Angkas, Moonlight Butterfly), Casie Banks (Mano po Legacy: The Family Fortune, Regal Studio Presents) and Ivan Carapiet (Ang probinsyano, Run to Me).

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