Unkle’s ‘Farewell‘ provided the music for Reddington’s execution preparations
British electronic music outfit Unkle’s ‘Farewell‘ was featured on the latest episode of The Blacklist this week — Season 6, Episode 11, “Bastien Moreau“.
The song was played at the conclusion of the episode as Reddington is being prepared for execution, adding a sadness and a poignancy to the scene.
Unkle’s ‘Farewell’ is from the fifth studio album The Road: Part I. The 15-track album was released on 18th August, 2017, and was the first album from the music project in over seven years.
The album charted in seven countries, including the UK, New Zealand, and Germany, and made it onto both of the Belgian Album charts (Flanders and Wallonia).
‘Farewell‘ was a notable inclusion on the release as it featured contributions from Ysée, Eska, Elliott Power, Keaton Henson, Liela Moss, Mink, Dhani Harrison and Steven Young.
Listen to Unkle’s ‘Farewell‘ in the video below. You can hear the entire album — The Road: Part 1 — in its entirety in the Spotify widget below that.
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