The 100 season 5 finale has left us all in tears and with fair reason. Monty and Harper received a happily ever after that many of us hope for but rarely get. Shannon Kook made his first appearance as Jordan Green, the sweet son of Monty and Harper, and Madi led Wonkru into peace. All of these wonderful pieces will lead us into season six, which will air in 2019. Although the wait is long and will be harboring, the season 5 soundtrack, released today, will hopefully make the wait easier.
The 100 has not only delivered such powerful, yet entrancing, and meaningful characters, narratives, and scenery, but also the music. The soundtrack gives the series more ominous feeling, and creates a rhythm that only few shows can dream of.
The first soundtrack of The 100 has been released on Thursday. I know that it is a little bit late, but I had to give the album a full listen before I said anything. The music is composed by Tree Adams, and it it very breathtaking!
The score is created by the wonderful and talented Tree Adams, who composed this season’s music.
You can listen to it below! If you have an add-on for your browser, you can download it.
(You have to click on the link in orange)
During the Coalition Summit at Polis, there was lovely, spine-tingling music. How can you have a ball or a summit without music? Thanks to Soundcloud, and The 100 crew, here is the Grounder Anthem (Take A Life With Me), composed by Tree (Adams) Jenkins, sung by the talented Julia Dominczak (pictured left), and was featured in last night’s Ye Who Enter Here episode.
I now have it for you right here! Lyrics in English follows, courtesy of Jason Rothenberg.