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  • True Detective season 4 features a talented cast and a gripping narrative that blurs the lines between the supernatural and the material world.
  • The show’s soundtrack, including songs like “Twist and Shout” by The Beatles and “Bury a Friend” by Billie Eilish, enhances the chills and thrills of its crime drama.
  • The opening scene of episode 1, set in a research facility in Alaska, introduces a mystery surrounding the disappearance of the researchers, with the song “Twist and Shout” playing a key role in the investigation.


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Other than walking through a compelling mystery drama that unfolds in a small Alaskan city, True Detective: Night Country also features scintillating tracks that perfectly complement its pivotal moments. Like every new season in the True Detective series, season 4 introduces a whole new roster of characters and a self-contained storyline. At the same time, it also draws several subtle references to True Detective season 1, hinting that it unfolds in the same universe where Rust and Marty had once teamed up.

Like season 1, True Detective season 4 not only blurs the lines between the supernatural and the material world but also presents hardened detective characters who start confronting their personal demons as they get to the bottom of the overarching mystery. Owing to this, it is not surprising that, like all previous seasons of the series, True Detective season 4, too, has a talented cast that includes Jodie Foster, Kali Reis, Finn Bennett, Fiona Shaw, and John Hawkes, among others. Along with a gripping narrative, well-written character beats, and a strong roster, True Detective also has a great soundtrack that further enhances the chills and thrills instilled by its crime drama.

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All Songs In True Detective: Night Country Episode 1

“Twist And Shout” by The Beatles: The Beatles “Twist and Shout” plays in the opening scene of True Detective season 4’s episode 1, where the camera explores the inside of a research facility in Alaska. Moments later, all the researchers suddenly vanish from the facility. When a delivery man arrives at the facility a few days later, he hears the same song from a distance, believing that the researchers are still inside. However, to his surprise, he finds no one. When Jodie Foster’s Detective Danvers first arrives at the site to investigate the disappearance of the researchers, she, too, hears the song and rushes inside to turn it off. The anxiousness with which she turns it off suggests it reminds her of something traumatic from her past.

“Sweat (A La La La La Long)” by Inner Circle: This upbeat track plays in the truck of the delivery man as he makes his way to the Alaskan research facility to deliver goods to the researchers.

“Bury a Friend” by Billie Eilish: Golden Globe Winner Billie Eilish’s “Bury a Friend” is the opening theme of True Detective season 4. The song’s ethereal quality is in tandem with the show’s themes and even its lyrics seem to foreshadow season 4’s primary plot points.

“Magpie” by The Unthanks: This one briefly plays when Danvers arrives at the TSALAL facility to investigate the disappearance of the researchers. It later plays again during the end credits of the True Detective season 4 episode.

“You Are Amen” by Pollyester: When Navarro visits Annie’s brother, she receives an emergency call from a fellow detective, who calls her to her sister’s place. As Navarro makes her way to her sister’s apartment, Pollyester’s “You Are Amen” plays in the background.

“Black Sedan” by Charlie Crockett: Charlie Crockett’s “Black Sedan” can be faintly heard in Hank Prior’s home when his son, Peter, arrives at his place to sneakily collect Annie’s murder case file.

“Rescue Me” by Unions: This one can be heard in True Detective: Night Country‘s episode 1 when Navarro visits Eddie at his place and makes love to him.

“State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)” by Jim James: This Jim James track plays in True Detective season 4’s episode 1 when Danvers carefully skims through all the evidence she has acquired surrounding the researchers’ case and tries to figure out if it shares any links with Annie Masu Kowtok’s murder. The song continues playing throughout the sequence in True Detective: Night Country until Danvers finally finds a connection between the two seemingly distinct cases.

True Detective season 4 drops new episodes every Sunday on HBO Max.

True Detective

In this anthology series, each season follows a different detective or set of detectives as they forced to confront some horrific truths about their town and themselves. No matter the setting and characters, each detective must unravel lies and clues to solve the chilling mysteries around them.

Release Date
January 12, 2014

Cast
Matthew McConaughey , Woody Harrelson , Colin Farrell , Rachel McAdams , Taylor Kitsch , Mahershala Ali , Carmen Ejogo , Michelle Monaghan , Michael Potts , Ray Fisher , Jodie Foster

Genres
Anthology , Mystery

Seasons
3

Story By
NIC PIZZOLATTO

Writers
Nic Pizzolatto

Network
HBO Max

Directors
Cary Fukunaga

Showrunner
Nic Pizzolatto

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