Listen to S U R V I V E get ‘a bit darker and weirder’ on Stranger Things season two soundtrack
The Stranger Things cast sat down with Emmy Magazine after season one wrapped up, where they revealed that the next season would be “a lot more horror-oriented.” Season two of the Netflix hit show arrives on October 27, just in time for Halloween, and is set to consist of just 9 episodes.
In anticipation of the impending continuation of the new age cult classic, synth-led S U R V I V E has released the Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein led soundtrack.
S U R V I V E confirmed in an interview with The Vinyl Factory earlier in the fall that, “things are going to be a bit darker and weirder,” as the characters “are going to spend a little more time in the Upside Down.”
Fortunately, the band has delivered on the aforementioned and simultaneously found a more texturized means of sonic expression. They’ve added more modular synths, in turn adding, even more, depth and layers into the mix. Certainly, in its 34 tracks, at over one hour long, the two hint a much darker season will arrive in no time.