'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later' Stars Chris Pine and Jason Schwartzman Sing 'Ontario Moon'
"The godforsaken jam band-y coffee house faux-troubadour codswallop I had to endure in order to hang out with my friends who went in for that sort of thing in the early 90s." That's what "Ontario Moon" is according to Craig Wedren, the composer of the soundtrack for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.
The fictional stage name of the Chris Pine and Jason Schwartzman duo, Soul Glimmer, is on par with that description, as Pine and Schwartzman bring to the table -- or the studio -- their quirky personalities and acting talent, while Wedren's comprehensive knowledge of popular music and ability to shift the sound into signature styles make a great song out of what could have been a rather amateur attempt at music, as Pine and Schwartzman are actors before they are singers.
"Ontario Moon" appears in Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, which is the third installation of the franchise that first saw the world in 2001. It takes place -- you guessed it -- ten years after we first saw the campers and counselors, so if you're curious what happened to them, you can find out by going on Netflix.
As for "Ontario Moon," watch Chris Pine and Jason Schwartzman serenade the coffee house below: