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Listen to The War and Treaty’s ‘Love Like There’s No Tomorrow’ from Santa Clarita Diet

The War and Treaty’s ‘Love Like There’s No Tomorrow‘ showed up on the latest season of The Blacklist — Season 6, Episode 14, “The Osterman Umbrella Company“.

It was played at the end of the episode over the credits.

The War and Treaty’s ‘Love Like There’s No Tomorrow‘ is the opening song on the couple’s Healing Tide album and is a song that, other than a lone tambourine and a slight drum, does not feature any musical instruments at all.

Just the voices of husband and wife duo Michael and Tanya Trotter. Voices that meld perfectly in harmony, with both being able to deliver the massive sounds a dramatic song like this deserves.

The now-married couple met at a music festival not long after Michael Trotter had returned from a tour of duty in Iraq. They initially got together for a music collaboration, fell in love, married and eventually had a child.

Since then, they have also produced a full-length album, and a 7-track EP called Down To The River together.

Listen to The War and Treaty’s ‘Love Like There’s No Tomorrow‘ in the official music video for the song below.

You can learn more about The War and Treaty on the duo’s website and, if you love what you are hearing, listen to more music from the pair on their Healing Tide album in the Spotify widget below.

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Michelle Topham

Founder/CEO at Leo Sigh
I am a music journalist, a former radio DJ, a left-wing human rights advocate and the founder of Leo Sigh. I am also an avid video game player.
Michelle Topham