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Hulu Shares ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Season Two Soundtrack

Hulu Shares ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING Season Two Soundtrack

It accompanies the second season of the 17-time EMMY® Award-nominated smash hit series, Only Murders in the Building, streaming on HULU now.

The Only Murders in the Building Season 2 Original Score Soundtrack arrives Friday, August 12th on Hollywood Records! Listen to the Soundtrack.

It accompanies the second season of the 17-time EMMY® Award-nominated smash hit series, Only Murders in the Building, streaming on HULU now in the U.S. and on Disney+ Internationally as a Star Original. New episodes stream Tuesdays with the Season Finale set for August 23.

The album includes 23 tracks of original score composed and produced by six-time EMMY® Award-nominated composer Siddartha Khosla.

The music hinges on orchestral vignettes and motifs reminiscent of classic detective flick and film noir soundtracks from Hollywood's Golden Age as evidenced by cues such as "We're Back" and "Death Threat." At the same time, it treads new territory with the likes of the unabashedly funky "Son of Sam."

This time around, Siddartha recorded with a cohort of elite musicians at the iconic Capitol Studios and The Village. To build this vision, he heeded the advice of co-cocreator John Hoffman who told him, "Don't be afraid to do something weird."

"You have these iconic performers and actors on this show and they're not holding back, so I try not to as well," comments Khosla. "In Season Two, the show becomes a bigger version of itself. We start exploring backstories of characters, and we go deeper into the history of the Arconia. I was inspired by just the expansiveness of that world. The mystery grows. In terms of influence and inspiration, the musicians that play on this score are some of the best in the world."

For his work on Season 1, Khosla garnered a pair of EMMY® Award nominations in the categories of "Outstanding Music Competition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score)" and Outstanding Original Main Title Theme)."

Meanwhile, The Only Murders in the Building Season 1 Original Score Soundtrack has generated over 3 million Spotify streams and counting-unprecedented for an instrumental television series score. The "Main Title" impressively reeled in 812K Spotify streams alone.

Earning widespread critical acclaim, Mashable hailed the Score as "criminally catchy," and Variety applauded the "Main Title" as an "earworm" and went on to observe, "The quirky, emotional tune is backed by Khosla's humming and upside-down buckets, which are used as drums."

Goldderby also described the "Main Title" as "addictive," and The A.V. Club summed it up best, "Watch even one episode of Hulu's charming crime comedy Only Murders In The Building and you'll likely come away with its theme stuck in your head."

The show will return for a third season next year. Meanwhile, it holds a 100% "Certified Fresh" score on Rotten Tomatoes.

Be on the lookout for more news soon. Fall into the world of Only Murders In The Building with the Season 2 Original Score Soundtrack.

Listen to the new soundtrack here:

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