Wiki of Westeros

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Wiki of Westeros
Wiki of Westeros

Game of Thrones: Season 4 (Music from the HBO Series) was composed by Ramin Djawadi and was released on June 10, 2014.[1] It was preceded by Game of Thrones: Season 3 (Music from the HBO Series), released in 2013, and followed by Game of Thrones: Season 5 (Music from the HBO Series), released in 2015.


Track Title Length
1 "Main Titles" 1:43
2 "The Rains of Castamere" (performed by Sigur Rós) 2:42
3 "Breaker of Chains" 2:06
4 "Watchers On the Wall" 3:03
5 "I'm Sorry For Today" 2:59
6 "Thenns" 2:42
7 "Mereen"[sic] 2:11
8 "First of His Name" 3:39
9 "The Biggest Fire the North Has Ever Seen" 2:17
10 "Three Eyed Raven" 2:12
11 "Two Swords" 3:22
12 "Oathkeeper" 2:37
13 "You Are No Son of Mine" 2:32
14 "The North Remembers" 2:33
15 "Let's Kill Some Crows" 3:37
16 "Craster's Keep" 2:04
17 "The Real North" 2:38
18 "Forgive Me" 2:34
19 "He Is Lost" 2:17
20 "I Only See What Matters" 2:23
21 "Take Charge of Your Life" 2:40
22 "The Children" 2:41

Themes and leitmotifs[]

A list of the themes and leitmotifs that are introduced in this soundtrack, in order of appearance.

Behind the scenes[]

  • On the vinyl edition of the soundtrack, Sigur Ros is misspelled.
  • The seventh track on the album, "Mereen", is also misspelled instead of the actual spelling of Meereen.
  • "Feral Love" by Chelsea Wolfe, "So Close to Being Free" by Eivør Pálsdóttir and "Turn Around" by Losers were featured in the trailers.



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