Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld's 'Blue Caprice' Soundtrack Finally Sees Release

You can now stream their 2013 effort
Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld's 'Blue Caprice' Soundtrack Finally Sees Release
Back in 2013, Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld teamed up for the soundtrack to Blue Caprice. Now all these years later, it's finally seen release.

The OST has arrived digitally via 52Hz, and you can hear the two Canadian powerhouses join forces with their score down below.

Blue Caprice premiered way back in 2013 and is a film about the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks in Washington, DC.

At the time, Stetson explained that director Alexandre Moors and writer Ronnie Porto worked on the film while listening to 2011's New History Warfare Vol 2: Judges in the background. Stetson identified the track "Killing Spree" as the only "grandiose, anthemic" moment on the score, calling the rest "more abstract."

You can now finally hear how that plays out for yourself.

Neufeld is currently gearing up to release her latest solo album Detrius, which will arrive on May 14 via Paper Bag Records. Stetson, meanwhile, has scored many more films since Blue Caprice.