Blood and Water: Playlist

I’ve got a few hundred “inspirational” songs that have gone into writing Blood and Water. I’ve narrowed them down and compiled a list of 21 songs that I think best represent most of the novel, and/or were the most influential for some scenes. The entire playlist can be found on YouTube. Enjoy!

  1. Please Don’t Say You Love Me – Gabrielle Aplin
  2. Kvervandi – Ivar Bjørnson & Einar Selvik (one of the “Viking”-esque songs I listened to on repeat for the fight scenes–Plus this one’s by Einar, I mean, come on!)
  3. Wolves – Sam Tinnesz, Silverberg
  4. Hunter – Adam French
  5. The Pines – Roses & Revolutions (this one makes me think of Solvi and Maiken)
  6. Blood and Bones – Kodaline
  7. Long Way Down – Matthew Mayfield
  8. The Hunter – Adam Jensen
  9. Dark Times – The Weeknd, Ed Sheeran
  10. Dangerous Man – Little Dume
  11. World Gone Mad – Bastille
  12. Wicked Game – Matthew Mayfield, Emma Hewitt
  13. Fire – Saint Mesa
  14. Dawn – Von Grey (Maiken/Solvi song)
  15. A Grave Mistake – Ice Nine Kills
  16. Feet Don’t Fail Me Now – Neoni
  17. World Gone Mad – The Phantoms
  18. Stone – Sawyer Fredericks
  19. Smoked Out of Heaven – Saint Claire
  20. Better Than the Pain (Acoustic) – The Woodlands
  21. Unspoken – Welshly Arms
  22. New Kings – Sleeping Wolf

As always, if you prefer a Spotify option you can check out the list here!

By annieatkin

When Annie isn't losing herself in someone else's words, she's daydreaming her own stories. She lives at her desk, sometimes venturing into the rest of her home to spend time with her husband. By day she works in an office, but nights and weekends belong to her craft. She loves good tequila, homemade spaghettios, and she will never say no to ice cream.

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