Star-Studded Soundtrack for ‘Served Like A Girl’ Out Now

The soundtrack for the documentary Served Like A Girl is now available. This is the debut release for We Are Hear, the artist empowerment record label, publishing, and management company founded by multi-platinum producers Linda Perry and Kerry Brown.

The soundtrack includes a broad catalog of never-before-heard and inspiring songs from today’s most talented female vocalists including Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani, P!nk, Natasha Bedingfield, Dorothy, LION, Lykke Li, Willa Amai, and more! Industry leader, Tony Hoffer, was tapped to mix a majority of the unreleased songs.

All proceeds from the soundtrack will be donated to the female veteran-focused charity, Final Salute.

Also amongst them is four-time Grammy award-winning artist, Pat Benatar, who performs the powerful new song “Dancing Through The Wreckage”, written alongside Linda Perry and Neil Giraldo. The original song has been nominated for a Critics’ Choice Documentary Award, and for the first time in 33 years, Benatar is climbing the AC radio charts, already breaking Top 20.

In conjunction with the soundtrack release, Natasha Bedingfield released her brand new video for “Hey Boy.” The funkadelic music video features an empowered Bedingfield challenging men in authority, with nods to Harvey Weinstein. The video premiered via Harper’s BAZAAR on Thursday. The video for “Hey Boy” was directed by Kii Arens.

Served Like A Girl, a documentary by Lysa Heslov, reveals the complexity of female veterans’ lives and identities through a spectacle like no other, the Ms. Veteran America competition. Every woman in the competition has overcome challenges, and each faces further hurdles on her journey. The soundtrack will be included in a CD/DVD bundle with the film, which will be released next week on Tuesday, November 7th, 2017. The Soundtrack & CD/DVD bundle will be distributed by We Are Hear.

Listen and get the Album HERE   For more information on Served Like A Girl, visit servedlikeagirl.com.

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