One Of Us Is Lying: Ian Hultquist Releases His Series Score To The Peacock TV Mystery Drama

“The vintage electronic score maintains an underlying aura of menace as it reflects the twisting plot and interrelationships found in the dark high school drama.” – ComingSoon.net

Fans of the Peacock series, One Of Us Is Lying will be pleased to hear the Original Series Soundtrack to Season 1, featuring music by Ian Hultquist (founding member of Passion Pit), has been released digitally by Lakeshore Records!  View the album track list and listening links below.

If Ian’s name sounds familiar, Lakeshore previously released his scores to NBC series “Good Girls” and Sam Levinson’s revenge-horror flick, Assassination Nation.

The Peacock series is produced by UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group and John Sacchi’s 5 More Minutes Productions. Season one is streaming now on Peacock.

Listen to “One More Felony Between Friends,” originally premiered at ComingSoon.net:

 

Soundtrack Available Now: [Download/Stream]

Track List
01. I Never Break a Promise
02. You Were There, Right?
03. How’d You Get Detention?
04. Sorry to Disappoint
05. A Walking Burn Book
06. 91mph
07. Ride to the Cliffs
08. Splish Splash City
09. One More Felony Between Friends
10. Four Years
11. I’m Not Worth It
12. What You’ve Done to Us
13. See You on the Other Side
14. Simon Says 2.0

 

Based on Karen M. McManus’s #1 New York Times best-selling novel, ONE OF US IS LYING is the story of what happens when five high schoolers walk into detention and only four make it out alive. Everyone is a suspect, and everyone has something to hide.

Says Hultquist: “Composing the score for One of Us is Lying was such a blast! I became so attached to these characters by the end of the season, I was fully ready to join up as a member of Murder Club. We really got to pay homage to the John Hughes films of the 80’s, while diving into a twisting story full of secrets, backstabbing & high school drama. I loved getting to do a fully electronic score for this show, and finding unique thematic ideas for the Bayview Four and the spiderweb of connections & relationships that we explore throughout the season.”

 

ABOUT IAN HULTQUIST
Ian Hultquist is an American composer & producer based in Los Angeles, CA. Over the past few years, he has made a name for himself composing the scores for numerous films, documentaries, and TV shows.

He started his career in music as a founding member of the band Passion Pit, formed in Boston, MA where he was studying Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music. He spent many years touring around the world and refining his productions skills as a composer & music director. In 2014 he, along with his wife & fellow composer Sofia Hultquist (aka Drum & Lace), relocated to Los Angeles, to fully dedicate himself to working in music for film.

Ian has built a lasting working relationship with renowned directors in the film & documentary world, such as Andrew Rossi (Ivory Tower, The First Monday in May) Erin Lee Carr (I ), and Karen Maine (Yes, God, Yes). His recent credits include the Peacock Original Series One of Us is Lying, the Amazon Original Series I Know What You Did Last Summer & the Showtime/Bad Robot Docu-series UFO (exec produced by JJ Abrams). He also most recently capped off the 3rd & final season of the critically acclaimed Apple TV+ series Dickinson, (co-scored with Drum & Lace).

Other credits include Die in a Gunfight (dir. Collin Schiffli), NBC’s Good Girls (Seasons 3 & 4), Undercurrents: The Disappearance of Kim Wall (dir. Erin Lee Carr, HBO) I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter (dir. Erin Lee Carr, HBO), Rattlesnake (dir. Zak Hilditch, Netflix), Tricky Dick (dir. Mary Robertson, CNN), At the Heart of: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal (dir. Erin Lee Carr, HBO), The Gospel According to André (Magnolia Films, dir. Kate Novack, Magnolia Pictures), A-X-L (dir. Oliver Daly, Lakeshore/Global Road) & Assassination Nation (dir. Sam Levinson, NEON/AGBO).

Ian’s upcoming projects include the Netflix Original Film Look Both Ways (dir. Wanuri Kahn) , and the much-anticipated 20th Century film Rosaline (dir. by Karen Maine)

 

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