The Wolf 359 soundtrack is music for reading heavy books, for your cat rubbing their face on the corner of your laptop screen, for striped sweaters and sleek tailored suits, for green tea and a craftily stolen baked good of your choosing, for laughing to yourself about an inside joke when everyone else is trying to sleep, for standing on the porch in the middle of the night trying to see the stars.
The Penumbra soundtrack is music for driving a little over the speed limit with someone who makes your stomach flip in the passenger seat, for the first hour of a party when it’s not rowdy just yet, for the last hour of a party when your best friends are the only ones who haven’t gone home, for sharp-as-hell leather jackets and boots, for long weird bright red sunsets over broken skylines.
“If you’ve ever taken a road trip through the Pacific Northwest, you’ve probably seen a bumper sticker for a place called Gravity Falls. It’s not on any maps and most people have never heard of it. Some people think it’s a myth. But if you’re curious, don’t wait. Take a trip. Find it. It’s out there, somewhere in the woods… waiting.”
(Composed by Brad Breeck. Find the full score here)
EDIT EXPLAINING SAY NO/SATISFIED: take key lyrics from those songs and put them into their counterparts. “and if you give a damn, take me or leave me” being sang by Maria, “don’t say no to this” sung by Maureen. “May you always be satisfied” sung by Joanne to Maureen, “Gotta look on the bright side, with all of my might, I’d still fall for him anyhow” sung by Angelica.