Tree Adams releases a second album of the haunting music

By Dalene Rovenstine
May 16, 2017 at 11:02 AM EDT
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Allies are always shifting and situations are always becoming direr on The 100, but if there’s one thing that stays consistent, it’s the soundtrack. Produced by Tree Adams, the music that scores each episode is hauntingly beautiful.

EW has exclusively learned that WaterTower Music is releasing a soundtrack for season 4: Fans of the show will get 26 tracks of the theme music.

In creating the score for The 100, Adams credits the fans: He says the “show’s fandom … inspired me to dig a little deeper in supplying that musical substratum.” He says the tracks — with titles such as “Praimfaya” and “King Roan” — are rife with Middle Eastern colors and epic orchestral themes. “I love diving into the world that Jason Rothenberg has created where there are such great opportunities to create rich thematic material in the storytelling,” Adams says.

To get a taste of the album, EW has an exclusive on the track “Clarke’s Mission” below.

The 100: Original Television Soundtrack — Season 4 is available May 19 on iTunes, and can be preordered here. The 100 airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.

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After a nuclear apocalypse, a group of people who have been living in space return to Earth—and quickly learn they’re not alone.
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