*WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Loki episode 6*

The music in a film or TV show can often make or break the final product and in Marvel’s Loki series, the music has certainly been a high point.

Whether that’s Tom Hiddleston’s Asgardian (Norwegian) singing in episode 3 or Natalie Holt’s superb sci-fi score.

Episode 6 continues with that trend but just what songs appear in the soundtrack of the Loki season finale?

Marvel Studios’ Loki | Official Trailer | Disney+

Marvel Studios’ Loki | Official Trailer | Disney+

Episode 6 recap [spoilers]

Loki’s sixth episode continues on from July 7th’s fifth chapter as Loki and Sylvie finally converge on the Citadel at the End of Time where they are introduced to the enigmatic He Who Remains.

Throughout their encounter, Loki and Sylvie learn that He Who Remains is the one who created the TVA and maintains the Sacred Timeline after variants of himself had fought in a great Multiversal War.

However, he admits that he’s getting old and tired and offers to let Sylvie and Loki rule over the Sacred Timeline in his place.

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Loki and Sylvie are divided though as Loki wants to take a minute to weigh up the options while vengeful Sylvie wants to kill He Who Remains.

The episode ends with Sylvie pushing Loki through a time door back to the TVA before she kills the mysterious He Who Remains despite the warnings against it, breaking the Sacred Timeline in the process.

When we catch back up with Loki at the TVA, it quickly becomes clear that this isn’t the same TVA that he left.

Marvel Studios | Disney+

Episode 6 soundtrack

The music plays a big part in Loki episode 6 and the songs that appear in the soundtrack are:

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When is Vol 2 of the score released?

  • Vol. 2 of the Loki score will be released on July 23rd.

Aside from the return of Tom Hiddleston as Loki and the emergence of Sophia Di Martino as Sylvie, one of Loki’s standout segments has been its music.

Composed by Natalie Holt, the score pulsates akin to the Sacred Timeline itself and even includes the ultra sci-fi instrument, the Theremin.

After the series premiered on June 9th, the track “TVA” was released as a teaser before Vol. 1 of the score, for episodes 1-3, followed on July 2nd.

Now Loki’s first season has come to an end, fans won’t have to wait too long for the Vol. 2 album as it’s due to release on July 23rd according to Film Music Reporter.

Loki is available to stream now in full on Disney+ after the sixth and final episode released on July 14th, 2021.

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