That futuristic-sounding music that showed up on last night’s mid-season finale of Better Call Saul was Dave Porter’s ‘Nothing Gets Past Lalo‘.
It was played at the end of the episode and over the end credits — Better Call Saul, Season 6, Episode 7, “Plan and Execution“.
The instrumental track was written specifically for the hit crime drama by American composer Dave Porter. The same composer who also wrote the original score for Breaking Bad, the show that was a prequel to Better Call Saul.
Along with creating the soundtrack for Better Call Saul, Porter writes music for The Blacklist, and has also written the soundtracks for shows like the ESPN series 30 for 30, the Starz mini-series Flesh & Bone, and the AMC series Preacher, to name just a few.
Dave Porter’s ‘Nothing Gets Past Lalo‘ is the perfect accompaniment to Better Call Saul, as it musically illustrates the intrigue and suspense of much of the series.
Listen to Dave Porter’s ‘Nothing Gets Past Lalo‘ in the video, and on the Better Call Saul, Volume 2 soundtrack album.
Watch Better Call Saul via Netflix.
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