Lakeshore Records has released Ronit Kirchman’s score to The Sinner: Seasons 2-4–Original Series Soundtrack, from the hit crime anthology series on USA Network! Full album details and listening links are below. The album includes key musical themes and cues from seasons 2-4, in addition to suites which spiral into mini-arcs of their own.
Each season of The Sinner is a musical ecosystem of its own which represents the depth and range of Ronit’s palette. IndieWire consecutively included The Sinner on its “Best Scores” lists in 2020 and 2021.
Listen to “The Docks Suite” which originally premiered at Vehlinggo:
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The Sinner: Seasons 2-4 (Original Series Soundtrack)
Music by Ronit Kirchman
01. Two Deaths Suite
02. Juvie / I’m Sorry
03. Strange Awakening Suite
04. Sacrificial Calf Suite
05. The Falls
06. Lonely Traveler Suite
08. Midnight In Greenpoint Suite
09. The Depths Suite
10. Restless Night
11. The Docks Suite
12. Downward Spiral Suite
This special release album will be available digitally on February 18, following the fourth and final season of the hit USA Network series, which premiered in late 2021 in the US, and is now streaming on Netflix UK. Ronit Kirchman’s The Sinner: Season 1 Original Series Soundtrack is also available on Lakeshore Records. Seasons 1-3 of The Sinner are streaming now on Netflix US.
Derek Simonds serves as showrunner and executive producer, alongside executive producers Jessica Biel and Michelle Purple through their production company, Iron Ocean. Biel previously starred in Season 1 of the series. Charlie Gogolak, Adam Bernstein and Nina Braddock also serve as executive producers. UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group, serves as the studio.
In Season 4, still reeling from the trauma of a previous case a year ago, the now-retired Harry Ambrose (Bill Pullman) travels to Hanover Island in northern Maine for a recuperative getaway with his partner, Sonya (Jessica Hecht). When an unexpected tragedy occurs involving the daughter of a prominent island family, Ambrose is recruited to help the investigation, only to be thrown into a mystery of mounting paranoia that will turn this sleepy tourist island, and Ambrose’s life, upside down.
“I’m so thrilled to have the opportunity to release an album of my music for Seasons 2 through 4 of The Sinner,” says Ronit Kirchman. “The show has been an incredible landscape to work within as a composer. It’s saturated with deep subconscious hues and a wide dynamic range of emotional tones for the music to express. One of the unique aspects of this show is that it’s an anthology with continuity. Each season has invited its own specific language and instrumental palette, which also fits into a larger picture of the series arc. As a result, I can look and listen back on the whole series as an integrated musical journey.”
“In this album, I present some of the key themes and cues from the past three seasons, in addition to suites which create mini-arcs of their own. I hope that you enjoy these musical travels deep into the investigations of Detective Harry Ambrose, and through the forest of the collective soul of The Sinner,” says Kirchman.
ABOUT RONIT KIRCHMAN
Ronit Kirchman is a composer, music producer, songwriter, singer, conductor, and multi-instrumentalist. She creates music for film and television, theater and dance, multimedia installations, and the concert stage. She is also an accomplished visual artist and author.
Recognized in the press as “an extremely original voice” with “a virtuoso touch,” and “a truly unique force in the entertainment industry”, Ronit is perhaps best known for her innovative, genre- bending score for The Sinner, the acclaimed Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated anthology series executive produced by Jessica Biel and completing its fourth season (2021). Her score for The Sinner has been on IndieWire’s Top TV Scores list in both 2020 and 2021. Ronit also scored Evil Eye, a dramatic thriller feature from Blumhouse TV and Amazon Studios, which was recognized with a 2021 Hollywood Music in Media Award for Outstanding Score: TV Movie/Streamed.
Other projects include her innovative hybrid score for the dystopian thriller series Limetown (Peacock), based on the hit podcast; and a wide-ranging trail of films and documentaries, including the upcoming Manscaping, as well as Zen and the Art of Dying, Finding Neighbors,The Skin I’m In, The Golden Age of Fish, Say You Love Me, and Gowanus, Brooklyn among many others. Ronit’s soundtracks and composition albums are commercially available through Lakeshore Records and Wild River Records.