Meryl Streep and Ashley Park have entered the constructing in a really musical means.

Within the latest episode of Hulu’s hit sequence Solely Murders within the Constructing, which premiered Tuesday (Aug. 15), Streep and Park group as much as carry out a music co-written by Sara Bareilles (Waitress) together with Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (The Best Showman, Expensive Evan Hansen). The music, “Look for the Light,” is now obtainable for followers to stream on all companies.

“It was so easy to say yes to this invitation,” mentioned Bareilles in a press assertion.  “I love the delicious unpredictability of collaboration, and this was as joyful and undeniable as they come. I am such a fan of the Only Murders and of Pasek & Paul, so the idea of writing together for the first time, especially to offer something to someone like Meryl Streep truly felt like a dream. Meryl was gentle and focused, and I loved her musicality and her willingness to share her process. Ashley Park’s glorious counter melody was added later, and I got goosebumps the first time I heard it. It truly couldn’t have been a more seamless experience- how lucky am I to be a part of it!”

For Pasek & Paul, Bareilles was a dream collaborator, including in a press release, “We have been so lucky to have the ability to create this music for the legendary Meryl Streep alongside her. As longtime followers of Solely Murders, Meryl, and Sara, this chance was mainly essentially the most completely algorithmic focused advert somebody may throw our means.

“Getting to shape this song around Meryl’s voice, and working together in the studio and on set, was a dream and we are three very lucky songwriters,” they continued. “Meryl not only amazed us with her usual brilliance and mastery of the craft, but also inspired us with her humility and tireless work ethic. While it is unfair for someone to be so wonderful at everything, it’s a basic human truth that we all must reckon with!”

The music got here in an episode during which Martin Brief’s Oliver Putnam makes an attempt to pivot his sure-to-tank homicide thriller Demise Rattle right into a raucous musical throughout one loopy night time of writing. Whereas the present’s producers are cut up on the hassle that entails crab males singing about creatures of the night time, unconvinced funder Donna Demeo (Linda Edmond) says she’ll give him 24 hours to provide you with a slam-dunk showstopper music.

Simply earlier than showcasing the music for his producers, Steve Martin’s Charles-Haden Savage tells his good friend and fellow sleuth that no one is into the musical thought. Annoyed and determined, Brief tells Streep’s Loretta that he’s glad to launch her from her contract so she will take a newly supplied half within the Gray’s Anatomy spin-off Gray’s New Orleans Household Burn Unit if she’ll simply sing his assured “showstopper” for him, the lilting nanny’s lullaby (aka “Look for the Light.”)

With the solid gathered round him, Brief units up a scene during which the present’s star triplets are crying within the night time as their nanny soothes them. To the accompaniment of a melancholy piano, Streep sings, “Hush, little one, let me sing you to sleep/ Moonlight has come, now drift off to a dream/ Sail from the day to the wonders awaiting you/ Out there in the deep.”

As violins swell, the Oscar winner captivates the room with the emotional powerhouse ballad, with Ashley Park’s Kimber unable to withstand harmonizing on the sweeping refrain in a tour de pressure that helps to avoid wasting the present.

The third season of Solely Murders premiered Aug. 8, with stars Selena Gomez, Martin Brief and Steve Martin returning as true-crime-loving neighbors who get wrapped up in a homicide thriller. Again in April, Gomez took to Instagram to tease Streep’s visitor look by sharing a photograph, smiling huge alongside the Oscar-winning icon on the sequence’ set.

“Well we wrapped season 3 of @onlymurdershulu -I’m not sure I have enough words to explain just how beautiful this season has been. It has been deliriously hilarious, challenging and for me, an absolute dream,” she captioned the photograph. “I’ll post more soon. But I’ll I leave it with the woman I adore, look up to and love.”

Take heed to “Look for the Light” beneath, and watch Solely Murders within the Constructing on Hulu.