There's a Peaky Blinders soundtrack on the way, because of course there is
By order of the Peaky Blinders, etc.
With every wildly popular pop culture moment comes a number of spin offs, off shoots, and promises of films that may or may not be kept.
Peaky Blinders is no different, as what once started as an expertly cast BBC show about some lads running about causing trouble has now become a bit of a worldwide phenomenon.
And with good reason too.
Already this year, there has been chat of a Peaky Blinders movie, the existence of a Peaky Blinders festival, and much excitement around the eventual arrival of season five.
But that's not all - because there's also an official Peaky Blinders soundtrack coming our way, and we'd be lying if we said we weren't going to be bopping away to it for the foreseeable future.
NME reports that the music from all five seasons of the BBC series has been confirmed for release on double CD, triple vinyl and digital release next month.
The soundtrack will include music from Radiohead, Nick Caves, the Arctic Monkeys, David Bowie, Queens of the Stone Age and more.
And it's also released on November 15 too, so not that long to wait.
“The Peaky Blinders story and the music we use are twins, born at the same time,” said show creator Steven Knight.
“It would be difficult to imagine most of the pivotal moments without the soundtrack.
"I’m so glad that at last we have been able to put some of the tracks together on one album, to put the atmosphere and swagger and snarl of the show into your headphones and speakers.”
The Peaky Blinders soundtrack is available for pre-order now here.
The full track list can be found here.