Blue Lights Season 2 Soundtrack
Blue Lights Season 2 Soundtrack

Blue Lights Season 2 Soundtrack. The British BBC One series is back for it second season. Written by Declan Lawn, Adam Patterson and Fran Harris and directed by Gilles Bannier. Music Songs from the series bellow.

Show Genres: Crime Drama Thriller
Season 2 Release Date: 15 April 2024
Streaming on / Network: BBC One

The series follows three probationary police officers in the Police Service of Northern Ireland assigned to the fictional Blackthorn Station in Belfast. One of the new officers, Grace Ellis, is a mother in her 40s, who left her job as a social worker to join the Police Service but only weeks into the job she wonders if she’s made the right decision.

It also focuses on fellow rookies Annie Conlon and Tommy Foster; they too struggle under the immense pressure of the job. (Synopsis by Wikipedia)

Stars: Siân Brooke, Katherine Devlin, Nathan Braniff, Richard Dormer, Martin McCann, John Lynch, Jonathan Harden, Valene Kane, Dane Whyte O’Hara, Joanne Crawford, Hannah McClean, Andi Osho, Nabil Elouahabi, Desmond Eastwood, Frank Blake, Seamus O’Hara, Seána Kerslake, Craig McGinlay, Dan Gordon.

Blue Lights Season 2 Soundtrack List, by episodes.

Episode 1 Songs: S02E01 – This Too Shall Pass

  • Just the Other Side of Nowhere – Johnny Cash (ItunesAmazon)
  • Right By Your Side – Bronagh Gallagher (ItunesAmazon)
  • I Can’t Make You Love Me – SOAK (ItunesAmazon)

Episode 2 Songs: S02E02 – Iceberg

  • My Name Is Carnival – Jackson C. Frank (ItunesAmazon)

Episode 3 Songs: S02E03 – Love Knows

Episode 4 Songs: S02E04 – The Stamp of Nature

Episode 5 Songs: S02E05 – Where I Want to Be

Episode 6 Songs: S02E06 – The Loyal

  • Light of a Clear Blue Morning – Dea Matrona

Read More at OST — Soundtracks of UK Television: ‘The Gathering Songs

BBC series Executive producers are Stephen Wright, Louise Gallagherm Tommy Bulfinm Declan Lawnm Adam Pattersonm Gilles Bannier.

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  1. When the police gather in the bar at the end of Episode 6, it sounds like Muireann Bradley playing when they all arrive. Can’t make out which song though.

  2. The song is called “Light of a Clear Blue Morning” by Dolly Parton. This version is by Dea Matrona, an Irish rock band. I like this more upbeat version. I need to hear it more often.

  3. Yes, it is Light of a Clear Blue Morning by Dolly Parton. This cover is done by Dea Matrona, an Irish rock band. Excellent.

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