Australian band, Serpents Of The She has been selected to feature on BBC America’s hit series, Orphan Black.
‘Heatwave’ and ‘Control’, two of Serpents Of The She’s self-coined dark electro industrial pop tracks have been added to score for Season Four, scheduled to premiere on April 14, 2016.
Serpents Of The She will be the first Australian act to join the soundtrack, with a lineup of artists from Canada, America, Portugal, England, and Ireland. Since its beginnings in 2013, the Canadian science fiction series has showcased artists such as MIA, Diplo, Grimes, Knife Party, and Sigur Ros. Orphan Black has developed a cult following around the world for its complex themes and impressive performance by lead actress, Tatiana Mislay.
“Orphan Black is a superb series, and a really great fit for the Serpents of the She sound; it’s edgy, dark and thrilling! I can’t wait to hear our tracks on the show!”(Ace the Amara, front woman of Serpents of the She)
66 Music, Serpents of the She’s publishing group, have formed strong links with music supervisors in Canada and America, providing a direct opportunity for Australia to showcase its talent abroad.
“Serpents Of The She sounds like a crazy fusion between Rob Zombie, Tarantino and Garbage. Dark, sexy, edgy and musically brilliant. Their music always creates an impact and I’m thrilled to be part of showcasing it to the world“(Jessica Holmick, Partner and Creative Director, 66 Music)
Serpents of the She is Ace the Amara, Daniel Pinkerton and Joshua Pinkerton. The trio formed in 2013, and quickly developed a catalogue of compelling tracks that journey through rock, dance, and hip hop to exhibit an expansive range of musical mastery. On a landscape of raw instruments, saturated synths and distorted vocals, Serpents of the She’s poetic lyrics take us into the dark and beautiful mind of the serpent, with stories to which we can all relate.
‘Control’ and ‘Heatwave’ will feature on Season 4 of Orphan Black, episodes 1 and 2 consecutively; scheduled to air in April 2016 on Space in Canada, BBC America in the United States and SBS2 in Australia.