The creators of the hit sci-fi anthology series have explained why the haunting track has featured in every single season of the show. While there are subtle nods to different episodes throughout, every single story presents a completely new cast and future. Fans of the Netflix smash-hit will probably think of the opening line of one haunting song that appears in each season. If you're not up to date with Black Mirror, there are spoilers in the remainder of this post.
Irma Thomas - Anyone Who Knows (OST Black Mirrors) | Текст песни
It has come to prominence in recent years due to occasional appearances in the television series Black Mirror. In his book Randy Newman's American Dreams , Kevin Courrier describes the song as one that "comfortably sits in that long pop - and blues - tradition of the sacrificial woman who stands by her no-good man" and describes Thomas's performance as one of "immaculate conviction that is both defiant and pained". In a interview Seely said that the song originated from "a pantyhose ad in a magazine. It read: 'Anyone who knows what comfort is Seely said that she "could hear these chords in my mind but I couldn't play them. I thought if I could corner a musician at the office, I could get some help. I saw Randy Newman walking in the hallway.
Here's why that song plays in every season of Black Mirror
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