The dramatic ending of the fourth season of Arrested Development left viewers wanting more. More of the comedic and complicated relationships of fathers and sons. More of the selfish shenanigans of the characters and the ruinous aftermath. More of the Bluth family and–unexpectedly–more of the infectious, punchy song that punctuated the season’s ending: “Boomerang” by Lucy Schwartz, a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles, CA.
As the season’s final episode, “Blockheads,” cut to its end credits, the sound of pounding drums burst out giving way to Schwartz’s sultry-pop vocals singing, “Waiting, waiting, / Heartbroken and frustrated / Hard to get around without your love.”