Things take an unexpected turn in the season finale of THE A WORD when Joe goes missing and the town sets out on a hunt to find him. Songs such as “Upside Down” by Paloma Faith and “Going Underground” by The Jam are played and sung all around town in hopes of leading Joe to rescue. Listen to all of the music from the season finale of THE A WORD in the Spotify playlist below.
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The Hughes family must say goodbye to Maya — their beloved babysitter — as she faces deportation. Paul is shocked over Joe’s familiarity with British heavy metal band Motörhead’s “Ace of Spades,” which Maya chooses to play for Joe to say goodbye. Listen to all the music from this week’s episode of THE A WORD in the Spotify playlist below.
After being ill for a day and sharing a touching moment with his mother Alison, Joe wakes her to the tune of “Common People” by Pulp. He then turns the volume up for an extra kick and rocks out to one of Arctic Monkeys’ uptempo songs “I Bet You Look Good on the Dance Floor.” Listen to all of the songs from THE A WORD Episode 104 in the Spotify playlist below.
Joe and his half-sister Rebecca share a bonding moment at the breakfast table when Rebecca recites her lines for Antigone and Joe recites the lyrics to “Disco 2000″ by the band Pulp. She lovingly pats him on the head and says, “You are a genius.” Listen to music from this week’s episode of THE A…
Affectionately nicknamed “Mozart” (probably due to his musical prowess) by his father Paul, Joe begins Episode 2 by singing along for the second time in the series to “World Shut Your Mouth” by Julian Cope — clearly, it’s one of his favorites. Listen to all the music from this week’s episode of THE A WORD in the Spotify playlist below.
Brit rockers The Arctic Monkeys kick things off on THE A WORD series premiere as young Joe Hughes walks — headphones on — through northwest England’s scenic Lake District, singing along to “Mardy Bum.” One thing is certain: This youngster has taste. Listen to Joe’s go-to songs and the rest of the music from this week’s episode of THE A WORD in the Spotify playlist below.