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Listen to Ruelle’s ‘The Other Side’ from Arrow — Season 7, Episode 22, “You Have Saved This City”

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Indie electro pop singer songwriter Ruelle’s ‘The Other Side‘ was featured on the season finale of Arrow this week — Season 7, Episode 22, “You Have Saved This City“.

The track was played as Oliver says goodbye to Felicity before he holds up his end of the bargain and leaves with the Monitor. Before he does, though, he asks Felicity to make sure their children have safe and normal lives.

We then see Felicity in the future storyline telling the Monitor she wants to see Oliver in the afterlife. She then walks into a portal to reunite with him.

As for Ruelle’s ‘The Other Side‘, it is just one more song of many that the talented Mississippi native has had featured on popular TV series.

Other TV shows her music has already appeared on include God Friended Me, Riverdale, Scream, Grey’s Anatomy, Pretty Little Liars, The Originals, Wynonna Earp, Teen Wolf, Titans and Reign. Her songs have also been chosen as the theme music for Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments, The Shannara Chronicles and Dynasties.

Ruelle herself is currently based in Nashville, Tennessee, from where she has released two full-length albums in the indie pop genre, as well as one album in the electro pop genre and four EPs. Her most recent release was the single The World We Made.

The Other Side‘ is originally from Ruelle’s 2017 EP Rival.

Listen to Ruelle’s ‘The Other Side‘ in the audio video below. You can also hear her six-track EP Rival in its entirety in the Spotify widget below.

And, of course, follow the electro pop singer on Instagram, and on Spotify.

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Michelle Topham

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