We’re thrilled to have two songs appearing in back-to-back episodes of the new CW series “The Republic of Sarah”! This placement includes episode 5 featuring “Touch” by TIAAN, which will air on July 12, then the following week on July 19, “Old Days” by Jack M. Senff will appear in Episode 6. Here’s the rundown…
Featured Placements: “Touch” by TIAAN & “Old Days” by Jack M. Senff
This placement is one of the many placements secured by Symphonic’s licensing division, Bodega Sync. Launched in January 2019, Bodega is a full service one-stop creative licensing company representing a highly curated community of independent artists and labels for sync placements in all forms of media.
Sydney-born R&B artist TIAAN has captivated audiences around the world with her raw, sexy, slightly left-of-center style. Heavily influenced by Sade and Janet Jackson, she has stayed true to a sound that instantly resonates with her audience.
About Jack M. Senff
Evolving from his indie rock project Boy Rex, Northern Michigan-based singer-songwriter Jack M. Senff strikes a warm and sentimental tone paying homage to the folk americana sounds of the early 1970’s. Opting for a more stripped-down aesthetic reflective of his own personal listening preferences over the constant second guessing of what he thought should be making for his audience, Jack M. Senff had but one criteria for songs for this album: “Do I like it? Good.” Jack comes to us courtesy of the great midwestern indie rock label Skeletal Lightning.
About “The Republic of Sarah” on The CW
When a massive vein of coltan, an incredibly valuable mineral is discovered under the town Greylock, New Hampshire, a mining company prepares to extract the mineral which would effectively remove the town from existence. Faced with the destruction of her town at the hands of a greedy mining company, rebellious high school teacher Sarah Cooper utilizes an obscure cartographical loophole to declare independence. However, an unexpected result occurs when the town becomes its own nation, separate from the US. Thus Sarah and the rest of the town must grapple with developing their own country.