In which Rick Grimes is able to make even the most pleasant food seem badass.
It was a pretty feelings-heavy episode.
A Jimmy Cliff classic provided the epitaph for one of the Walking Dead’s most beloved characters.
It’s been a loooong two months since we last saw a new episode of The Walking Dead. But let’s be honest: we needed that time to recover from the mid-season finale which saw the death of Beth.
“Bad Blood” sees Mosshart collaborating with Eric Arjes of the band Camera Can’t Lie.
The return of Beth Greene (played by actress/musician Emily Kinney) also marked the first episode of the season with a music moment; in fact, episode four had three of them.
“I don’t know what people expect when they see an actor who also does music,” she says. “I don’t know what kind of stories they expect me to tell, but I tell stories about living in New York and boyfriends and identity and trying to figure life out.”
Go behind the selection process of music on The Walking Dead with music supervisor Thomas Golubic.
Last night’s music moment came when much of the cast arrived, finally, at Terminus. And the song we heard during that scene was New Pornographer A.C. Newman’s cover of Bill Fay’s “Be Not So Fearful,”
The music we’re hearing this week comes courtesy of the Ink Spots, an early vocal group, formed in the 1920s.
And where Waxahatchee is, a Neutral Milk Hotel song almost was.
The Mountain Goats’ 2005 song ‘Up The Wolves’ soundtracks a fiery climax in the show. We talk with the music supervisor to get the inspiration behind the song and recap the episode.