Since its debut in 2013, "Orange Is The New Black" has established itself as a cult show, which gets better with each season. It has now become the most watched show on Netflix. The show was also renewed for three more seasons earlier this year before the fourth and the latest season came out on Netflix recently.
Apart from its compelling storyline, which is sometimes tragic and sometimes comic, the show is also known for its soundtrack. And Season 4 did not disappoint in that aspect as it features a diverse set of old and new tunes. Keeping that thought in mind, let us take a look at the best songs featured in this season's soundtrack.
"Way We Go Down" by Kaleo (Episode 1)
Icelandic indie rock band Kaleo are known for delivering a folk and blues-based sound that's packed with melody. "Way We Go Down" is one of their best efforts. The song was used in the Season 4 trailer.
"Where The Devil Don't Go" by Elle King (Episode 1)
Elle King is one modern day singer-songwriter who is known for her unique style that blends country, folk, blues and soul music. "Where The Devil Don't Go," a track from her debut album "Love Stuff," was also featured in the show's "Welcome to the Block" trailer.
"Bad Day" by Daniel Powter (Episode 1)
Daniel Powter has made a name for himself with his piano-based melodies. "Bad Day" is one of his best known tracks. The song was featured in the scene where Aydin's cellphone starts ringing and Lolly starts to panic.
"Last Resort" by Papa Roach (Episode 1)
Papa Roach's well-known song, "Last Resort" serves as a background score to the montage of Alex, Frieda and Lolly towards the end of the first episode.
"Out Of My Head" by The Fling (Episode 4)
The only song featured in the fourth episode, "Out Of My Head" starts playing after the therapy session of Lolly and Healy ends. It also serves as the end credits track.
"If It Ain't Broke" by Whitney And The 78's (Episode 5)
This track is featured in the first half of the fifth episode when the OCs start discussing other OCs and inmates while relaxing with early morning drinks.
"We Roam" by Saviours (Episode 6)
This song is stoner metal at its best. It is featured in the scene where Luschek and Randy discuss work while Luschek fills up his coffee mug with liquor.
"Cook Me" by Izabo (Episode 7)
This song serves as the end credits track for the seventh episode. It takes influences from indie rock, disco and middle eastern music.
"Vulture" by She Keeps Bees (Episode 9)
"Vulture" helps in amplifying the tense effect to the scene where Missus wakes up to find out Diablo and Blanca making love to each other.
"Color War" by Caveboy (Episode 10)
Caveboy is quite new in the world of indie pop. But they have delivered a few great songs, one of them being "Color War." The song plays as Aleida is evicted from the prison by Cesar's girlfriend after she requested it.