Music Monday: ‘The Witcher’ (Original Score) by Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli

One of us is late to the party and has finally started watching The Witcher. And unsurprisingly, since we are all obsessed with scores, this one needed to be highlighted this week–especially because we can’t seem to take “Everytime You Leave” off of replay.

The score is mostly enamoring and a magical gut-punch that hits in all the right ways, but goodness, “Everytime You Leave” is escapism and angst in a ways so powerfully captivating, we might never be over it. There are 55 tracks in the captivating score and while they aren’t all ones we adore with a fire in our souls, some others being “Yennefer of Vengerberg,” “Four Marks,” “Tomorrow I’ll Leave Blaviken For Good,” and “Happy Childhoods Make for Dull Company” are among some favorites. When we could get “Everytime You Leave” off of replay, maybe giving others a chance will be easier, too.

And yes, much to no one’s surprise, as warned, “Toss A Coin To Your Witcher” has been stuck in my head every day and I can’t seem to stop singing it. Nothing makes as much sense as I would like, and this is so far from the type of series I would be drawn towards, but here I am, and here we are, singing it at the top of our lungs like mad women. But that’s the best thing about music isn’t it? It does not always have to make sense.

What’s your favorite track off of The Witcher’s score or soundtrack?

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