Black Sabbath, Radiohead, Nick Cave and more set for Peaky Blinders soundtrack

Since it premiered in 2013, BBC TV crime drama Peaky Blinders has been captivating audiences and has gone on to critical acclaim, scooping a BAFTA in the process.

It’s now been revealed that the official soundtrack to accompany the series is to be released on November 11 on  2CD, 3LP and on digital and streaming platforms.

The collection brings together artists including Black Sabbath, David Bowie, Joy Division, Radiohead, Idles, Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, Royal Blood, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and PJ Harvey.

Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, who was the driving force in highlighting the importance of music in the show, says: “The Peaky Blinders story and the music we use are twins, born at the same time. It would be difficult to imagine most of the pivotal moments without the soundtrack. 

“I’m so glad that at last we have been able to put some of the tracks together on one album, to put the atmosphere and swagger and snarl of the show into your headphones and speakers.”

The soundtrack also includes PJ Harvey's version of the theme song Red Right Hand – which was originally performed by Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds. 

Also on November 11, the Peaky Blinders box set featuring Series 1-5 will be released on DVD and Blu-ray. Find pre-order details below.

Peaky Blinders Official Soundtrack

Peaky Blinders Official Soundtrack
The official soundtrack to the hit BBC show Peaky Blinders features a range of music – from old classics to brand new compositions. This is not to be missed.

Peaky Blinders Official Soundtrack

1. Tommy: “It’s Not A Good Idea”
2. Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand
3. The White Stripes - St James Infirmary Blues
4. Truce - From Peaky Blinders Series 1
5. Tommy: “Right I Have Bought You Hear Today”
6. Dan Auerbach - The Prowl
7. Polly: “There’s Only One Thing”
8. Jack White - Love Is Blindness
9. PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love
10. Alfie: “I’ve Heard Very Bad, Bad, Bad Things”
11. Black Rebel Motorcycle - River Styx
12. Post Irish Meeting - From Peaky Blinders Series 2
13. PJ Harvey - Red Right Hand
14. Laura Marling - What He Wrote
15. Arthur: “Do You Wanna Tell ‘Em”
16. Royal Blood - Come On Over
17. Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know?
18. Tommy: “I Love You”
19. Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - Breathless
20. Radiohead - You And Whose Army?
21. Polly: “A Woman Of Substance”
22. PJ Harvey - This Is Love
23. Sons - From Peaky Blinders Series 3
24. Tommy: “You Can Change What You Do”
25. Queens Of The Stone Age - Burn The Witch
26. The Last Shadow Puppets - Bad Habits
27. David Bowie - Lazarus

1. Tommy: “Sex, Freedom, Whiskey Sours”
2. Savages - Adore
3. Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds - The Mercy Seat
4. Rachel Unthank & The Winterset - I Wish
5. Ballad Of Polly Gray - From Peaky Blinders Series 4
6. Tommy: “I’m Not A Traitor To My Class”
7. Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes - Devil Inside Me
8. Foals - Snake Oil
9. Polly: “It's In Our Gypsy Blood”
10. Radiohead - Pyramid Song
11. Laura Marling - A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
12. Ada: “So, Tommy Shelby, MP”
13. Black Sabbath - The Wizard
14. Anna Calvi - Papi Pacify
15. Joy Division - Atmosphere
16. Tommy: “You Need To Understand”
17. Anna Calvi - You’re Not God
18. Arthur: “There’s A Bentley Outside”
19. Jehnny Beth - I'm The Man
20. Idles - Never Fight A Man With A Perm
21. Tommy: “I Will Continue”
22. Richard Hawley - Ballad Of A Thin Man

Peaky Blinders: Series 1-5

Peaky Blinders: Series 1-5
All five series of the BBC crime drama are now available in one place, with the package featuring behind-the-scenes clips and more. Four exclusive double-sided art cards are also included.

Peaky Blinder Irish Whiskey

Peaky Blinder Irish Whiskey
While settling down to watch your favourite Peaky Blinders
episodes, why not pour yourself a small glass of Peaky Blinder Irish Whisky?

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