Various Artists: Killing Eve – Series 2 Soundtrack CD Or Limited Black Red Splatter Double Vinyl LP *Pre Order


Product Description

Released Friday 13th December. All pre orders will be dispatched/made ready for collection on that date.

Various Artists – Killing Eve – Series 1 Soundtrack CD Or Limited Splatter Double Vinyl LP

CD Album – £9.99

Ltd Splatter 2LP £30.99 – Initial pressing on coloured vinyl (Red vinyl with black splatter)
-Die-cut sleeve
-Gatefold sleeve
-Matt finish with spot gloss on “Killing Eve” logo

Heavenly Recordings and Sid Gentle Films will release the original
soundtracks for “Killing Eve” Seasons 1 and 2 on 13 December 2019.
“You have to tick every box for a piece of music to work in cinema or TV,” says DJ turned
film composer David Holmes. “It can’t just almost work: it has to slot in perfectly.”
As post-episode surges towards song-seeking app Shazam testify, Holmes and music
supervisor Catherine Grieves left no box unmarked with their BAFTA-winning music for
Seasons 1 and 2 of BBC America’s Killing Eve. Adapted from Luke Jennings’ Codename
Villanelle novellas by lead-writers Phoebe Waller-Bridge (S1) and Emerald Fennell (S2),
the Emmy-winning spy series has established itself as a swaggering, slippery, playful and
punchy thriller of cat/mouse obsession like no other. And it comes with killer soundtracks to
match, modern classics of pick’n’mix curation cut from the cloth of cinematic style but tailored with a moody, mischievous vivacity of their own.

As Grieves tells the tale, it became clear during early talks that strong female voices,
multiple artists and a great composer would be crucial ingredients of the show’s music. A
music supervisor whose work has ranged from The Inbetweeners Movie to Lynne Ramsay’s
You Were Never Really Here via various TV hits (Wolf Hall, Collateral, The Casual Vacancy
and beyond), Grieves already knew of the Belfast-born Holmes’ formidable CV. In between
his work as a DJ, rock’n’soul remix artist and band-leader, Holmes’ screen output has
ranged from music movies (Good Vibrations) and sundry retro-cool Steven Soderbergh pics
(Out of Sight, the Ocean’s Eleven/Twelve/Thirteen trilogy and more) to various stylish TV dramas, among them London Spy.


  1. Unloved – It’s Not You, It’s Me
  2. Fabienne Delsol – I’m Gonna Haunt You
  3. Unloved – Damned
  4. Poppy Family – Where Evil Grows
  5. Unloved – Remember
  6. Fireflies – She’s My Witch (Edit)
  7. Unloved – Tell Mama (Killing Eve)
  8. Le Volume Courbe – Born to Lie
  9. Unloved – I Could Tell You But I’d Have To Kill
  10. Unloved – Her (Killing Eve)
  11. Unloved – Lee
  12. Jane Weaver – Modern Kosmology
  13. Dalida – Vai Tu Sei Libero
  14. The Delmonas – Dangerous Charms
  15. Ramases – Screw You
  16. Jacqueline Taieb – La Plus Belle Chanson
  17. Willeke Alberti – Vlinder Van Een Zomer (Angel Of The Morning)
  18. Bertrand Belin – Comment ça se danse
  19. Cigarettes After Sex – Opera House


Additional Information

Weight 550 g
Select Format:

CD Album £9.99, Double Splatter LP £30.99