Are you ready to relive the experience of Outlander Season 5? The DVD hasn't been released yet, but you can get the Outlander Season 5 soundtrack.
We're into Droughtlander, and it's going to be a long one. Fortunately, we have a few ways to get through it. One of those is to listen to the Outlander Season 5 soundtrack, which you can do today.
The fifth season soundtrack is available right now. You can get through all the usual places, including Spotify, Amazon Music, and more. And all your favorite tracks from the season will be available.
Fans had already been treated to the haunting rendition of "Clementine." The song is performed by Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin, but as their characters Brianna and Roger. This is an important track, as it marks the last song Roger was able to sing to Jemmy before losing his voice. Singing was Roger's only way to connect to people in the past. It was his way to make a mark. After being hanged, he'd lost that and has had to find a way to thrive once more.
There's another haunting track that will be included. The Outlander Season 5 finale brought us a beautiful rendition of "The Skye Boat Song." With the thunder in the background, we got the acapella version sung by Raya Yarbrough. It certainly continues the tone at the end of the episode, a weight of things to come after a traumatic episode.
Fans will also get the choral version of the theme song. This is one of those renditions that is hit and miss with the fans. It's certainly not my personal favorite but other fans adore it.
The Outlander Season 5 soundtrack is one that sees Bear McCreary delve deeper into the music on. Unlike previous seasons where new instruments and styles were adopted, this season keeps the focus mostly in the same country and in the same time period. There are the odd moments of the 1960s to help share the story of specific characters, but most of the storytelling is in Colonial America, which meant focusing on tracks already used and developing them further, according to IndieWire.