The Rising: Carly Paradis’ Haunting Score Releases Digitally, Series Now Streaming on Sky TV & NOW

“The warm notes of the electronic score provide a haunting backdrop to the supernatural thriller.”  – ComingSoon.net

Lakeshore Records has released The Rising–Original Series Soundtrack featuring music by BAFTA and Royal Television Society-nominated composer Carly Paradis (Line of Duty, Prime Suspect: 1973).  The soundtrack is available now globally on all major digital music services. The 28-track album also features the song, “Heart Rides On (feat. Eli & Fur).”  Keep reading to view the album tracklist, listening links and series trailer.
 
 

The Rising, a new Sky Original now streaming on Sky Max and NOW.  A U.S. airing is forthcoming. 

 

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Listen]

Track List:

01. Heart Rides On (feat. Eli & Fur)
02. Glitch Flashback on Motorbike
03. I’m Having a Breakdown
04. I’m Here Come Find Me
05. Neve’s Body Bag
06. Find Way Back Recap
07. There’s Something in the Water
08. The Search
09. Let’s Open Her Up
10. Neve in the Mirror
11. Don’t Want to Have an Accident
12. About Neve
13. Arrest in the Pines
14. Now’s Not the Time
15. I Heard it Too
16. Traces of Blood
17. Flashback Sparkle
18. Neve Runs in Woods
19. We’re Not Doing This Here
20. What’s That?
21. Made You Burn It
22. Creeper End Credits
23. Neve Tells her Dad
24. Neve Come Back
25. Is This Your Daughter?
26. Neve Theme
27. You Don’t Know How To Love
28. Time is Like Water
 

Eli & Fur (Kelly Money)

Says Paradis: “The score is like a synthesized ghost, perpetually trapped in the morning after the rave. A party of one. I sampled my voice off my solo records to stay stuck in the loop of Neve’s reality.”


ABOUT CARLY PARADIS

BAFTA and Royal Television Society nominated Carly Paradis (Canadian born) is a film and TV composer, songwriter and pianist, whose credits include sole composer of award winning and BAFTA nominated series Line of Duty for BBC (in its 6th series), Sky’s THE RISING (2022), Netflix Original supernatural drama ‘The Innocents’ (2018) which she won a Hollywood Music in Media Award for best song, Sick Note series 1 and 2 (Rupert Grint, Nick Frost, Don Johnson), PBS Masterpiece/ITV’s Prime Suspect:1973 (prequel to Prime Suspect) and first female-driven horror anthology XX which had its world premiere at Sundance 2017 (Magnet/XYZ Films).

She wrote the original score for Jed Mercurio’s feature length BBC adaption of Lady Chatterly’s Lover starring Richard Madden (Game of Thrones), and her music has been used in trailers for True Detective, Homeland, Martin Scorsese’s Hugo and more.

She has also toured live worldwide with Clint Mansell (Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, The Wrestler) and she played piano on Mansell’s soundtrack to the Bafta winning Moon (directed by Duncan Jones) which celebrated its 10-year anniversary July 2019 at Barbican London with Paradis on piano/live orchestra to film. She performed her music at the BBC PROMS 2019, Royal Albert Hall London, as part of a sci-fi soundtrack special with London Contemporary Orchestra. She releases her own music (including the albums Hearts To Symphony and Nothing is Something), resides in London (England) and is single-handedly responsible for a global avocado shortage.

Neve Kelly (Clara Rugaard) is dead. Understandably, she’s scared and confused by this new (non) existence, but moreover, when she realizes she has been murdered, she’s furious. Determined to find her killer and get justice, she takes advantage of her new supernatural abilities to go where the police can’t and investigate her own death. In doing so, she uncovers deeply buried secrets and is forced to re-examine everything about her life and the people she cared about.

The Rising, a Sky Original, now streaming on Sky Max and NOW.

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