Hear Liam Hayes' Soulful Soundtrack Contribution 'So Much Music'

The Plush mastermind revives an old favorite for 'A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III'

Liam Hayes / Photo by Jim Newberry
Liam Hayes / Photo by Jim Newberry
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David Bevan

You may know Liam Hayes for his work under his 20-year-old Plush pseudonym or his involvement with Will Oldham' Palace. You may also remember his cameo in 2000's High Fidelity, as a lounge singer providing sparse accompaniment to Cusack's "I am a fuckin' asshole" realization. Most recently, Hayes contributed his talents to Roman Coppola's A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III, a Bill Murray and Charlie Sheen-enriched comedy whose soundtrack is comprised of Plush songs both old and new. "So Much Music," from 2009's Bright Penny, is one such track, a soulful, 1970s period piece that also called for another on-screen performance during the film. 

Liam Hayes — So Much Music

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