Composer, Murray Gold, has confirmed that the Doctor Who Series 10 soundtrack will eventually be released in some form.
Gold made music for Series 1 to 10 of 21st Century Doctor Who, and while most of these compositions found their way onto CDs and digital libraries like Spotify (including extra releases for specials like those from 2009, and festive episodes like A Christmas Carol), Series 10 never materialised.
So what happened? Gold told Doctor Who Magazine:
“I don’t know what happened. Well, all those world events happened. But it is out there, somewhere.
“Look, it will come out. That’s an exclusive. The Series 10 album will see the light of day. By hook or by crook.”
We’re presuming there’s added interest in the series now, considering that Gold is back, returning to Doctor Who alongside showrunner, Russell T Davies, for Ncuti Gatwa’s era as the Fifteenth Doctor. Indeed, the Series 5 soundtrack is being released on vinyl soon.
Series 10, of course, was Peter Capaldi’s final full season as the Twelfth Doctor, in which he was joined by Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts and Matt Lucas as Nardole. The season consisted of The Return of Doctor Mysterio, The Pilot, Smile, Thin Ice, Knock Knock, Oxygen, Extremis, The Pyramid at the End of the World, The Lie of the Land, Empress of Mars, The Eaters of Light, World Enough and Time/ The Doctor Falls, and arguably Twice Upon a Time.
It featured some fantastic music, so we’re eager to get our hands on the soundtrack. So fingers crossed we won’t be holding on for too much longer now…