Michael Cera and Ryan Gosling star within the greatest film of the summer season, “Barbie,” and each have obtained rave evaluations because the magnificently impartial Allan and the insecure Ken, respectively. Gosling, specifically, has made waves for his blockbuster efficiency of the tune “I’m Just Ken,” which permits him to point out off his dance expertise and spectacular vocal vary. Sadly, Cera’s Allan would not get to point out off his vocal expertise, which is a disgrace as a result of Cera really has a really good voice, and he is used it to make some fairly strong indie people music.

Because it seems, each Cera and Gosling have produced spectacular indie music tasks through the years. Cera launched his debut album, “True That,” in 2014, and it is a smooth, wistful, lo-fi people mission that garnered usually constructive evaluations and comparisons to the likes of Elliot Smith. Although the album showcases Cera’s spectacular songwriting expertise, one specific spotlight is Cera’s cowl of Blaze Foley’s “Clay Pigeons,” which is so prettily melancholy that it could have made the proper soundtrack for Barbie’s existential disaster in “Barbie” — if Billie Eilish’s “What Was I Made For?” hadn’t taken that spot, that’s. “True That” is not the primary time Cera confirmed off his musical chops, although — in “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,” he performed bass and sang backup vocals, and he additionally recorded “Anyone Else but You” with Elliott Web page for the film “Juno.”

In the meantime, Gosling has been a singer since he was younger, performing in an Elvis cowl band together with his uncle as a baby, per Leisure Tonight, and getting his huge break on the Mickey Mouse Membership. In 2007, although, Gosling appeared to determine to make some inroads together with his music profession. He launched his debut solo single, “Put Me in the Car,” and that very same 12 months, he fashioned the group Lifeless Man’s Bones with musician Zach Shields. Lifeless Man’s Bones launched a self-titled album in 2009, which options an array of charmingly macabre Halloween-themed ballads; one specific spotlight is the cathartic, unsettlingly romantic “My Body’s a Zombie For You.” Sadly, there hasn’t been any Lifeless Man’s Bones music since, however Gosling has lent his expertise to different ventures, akin to “La La Land” and, after all, “Barbie.” With “I’m Just Ken” hitting the Billboard Sizzling 100 chart in August, it is clear that Gosling’s musical expertise is getting the popularity it deserves.

Hearken to music by each of those “Barbie” stars beneath.