Listen to Biz Colletti and Wendy Wang’s ‘Sirens’ from Grey’s Anatomy, Season 18, Ep. 9

Biz colletti and Wendy Wang’s ‘Sirens’ was played on the long-airing medical drama Grey’s Anatomy this week — Grey’s Anatomy, Season 18, Episode 9, “No Time to Die“.

The track is the latest release from biz colletti, and is one of those haunting songs you will still hear in your head long after it ends.

The biz colletti collaboration with multi-instrumentalist and producer Wendy Wang was a first for the pair but, as they produced something this pretty, hopefully it won’t be their last.

Meanwhile, colletti had this to say about the song on her Instagram page:

Our new single, Sirens, is out now! I’m seriously so proud of this one. We wrote this at the very first @byxxinc camp which was such an honor to be apart of. Bringing together some of the most talented people I’ve ever been around and providing an environment that cultivated magic. It was incredible. ✨

At the camp I had the privilege and of working with @wendywangmusic the musical genius who made the whole song feel so lush and full and more than I could’ve ever imagined.

PLUS ADDED BONUS!! The song is featured on Grey’s Anatomy tonight! My favorite show of all time. Dreams dreams dreams baby. TGIT.

Wang herself is a guitarist, bassist, and pianist, as well as a music producer, with her music having shown up on shows as diverse as Crashing, Proven Innocent, Cloak & Dagger, Power, Legacies, Private Practice, Parenthood, and The Returned.

With biz colletti’s songs also having been licensed for play on The Hills, Station 19, Batwoman, Nancy Drew and The Morning Show to name just a few, these two might want to consider working together more.

Listen to biz colletti and Wendy Wang’s ‘Sirens’ as heard on last night’s Grey’s Anatomy on the song’s official music video below.

It sure is pretty.

Like always, watch the latest season of Grey’s Anatomy on ABC.


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Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered K-drama, K-pop, J-pop and music news for over a decade.