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Anna Calvi has written and performed the score for the new season of Peaky Blinders

Air dates for Peaky Blinders season 5 have not yet been announced.
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Published: 4:11 pm, July 19, 2019
Anna Calvi has written and performed the score for the new season of Peaky Blinders

Anna Calvi has written and performed the score for the new season of Peaky Blinders.

The series had its premiere earlier this week, which saw Anna Calvi join the cast and director Anthony Byrne on the red carpet.

“This is a new thing for me but it was a really good fit,” she says, “I love everything about the show. I completely immersed myself in it and became quite obsessed with the characters, especially Tommy Shelby [played by Cillian Murphy] and getting lost in his mind.”

Anna adds: “There is a duality to the show, a beauty and a brutality, which I have been exploring in my own music and on the Hunter album. I want to say thank you to the director Anthony Byrne for believing in me and letting me seek out what I needed to."

Catch Anna at Latitude, Deer Shed and more this summer. Her latest album ‘Hunter’ is out now.

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