The Appendage soundtrack includes music by Lou Roy and Nick Chuba. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Anna Zlokovic’s 2023 Hulu movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Appendage stars Emily Hampshire as Claudia, a teacher who reveals herself to be a human appendage. Hadley Robinson co-stars as Hannah, a designer who learns the shocking truth about a deceased twin. The storyline follows the focal characters as they strategize against each other. Composer Nick Chuba (Earthquake Bird) scored the 94-minute Hulu film, which features a total of three credited needle-drop tracks. Here’s every song in Appendage.
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Appendage Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Hulu Movie
- “Uppercut” by Lou Roy (00:03:00): The Appendage soundtrack song accompanies an interior scene. Kaelin (Brandon Mychal Smith) makes pancakes. Hannah talks to her boyfriend during a kitchen sequence as music plays from a speaker system. The characters joke about bacon, with the tune briefly drowning out as Hannah receives a text message from Cristean (Desmin Borges). Robinson’s character informs her boyfriend about a schedule change.
- “Down Since ’07” by Lou Roy (00:19:00): Hannah finishes a conversation about her twin potentially growing back. The Appendage soundtrack song continues during a transition scene. Hannah attends a house party with Esther (Kausar Mohammed). She reads text messages from Kaelin. The music plays in the background.
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The Appendage soundtrack also includes “Valyrie” by Lou Roy. The film’s supporting cast features:
- Emily Hampshire as Voice of Baby Appendage
- Emily Hampshire as Voice of Scoundrel Appendage
- Deborah Rennard as Stacy
- Pat Dortch as Steven
- Craig Kolkebeck as Fred
- Robert Stevens Wayne as Cement Man
- Annie Pisapia as Florence
- Daniel Chioco as Emmett
- Sheila Roy Jenkins as Raw Appendage
- Ashley Rose Folino as Doctor
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