K. W. Keith

Award-winning author weaving a new, dramatic tale of erotic romance

Good music makes you feel.

So much of the human experience is conveyed and understood through music. Although mere minutes in length, a song transports you into another life, someone else's story, yet this protagonist you've never met seems to have intimate knowledge of your own life. However brief the composition, we live the words, we feel the notes, and the emotions evoked by both have the power to overwhelm us. Whether it's the galvanizing rush from Mumford and Sons' "Below My Feet," hopeful tears throughout the entire second movement of Dvorak's "New World Symphony," or imperative dancing commanded by those first beats of Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean," people connect through music across time, culture, and circumstance. Whole worlds exist in small measures, bringing all forms of pathos along with it - whether we're ready to listen or not.

In my short life I've found nothing so profoundly moving as music, and I couldn't imagine telling this story without it.

I humbly submit to you the complete soundtrack of all songs specifically mentioned in Supernova, plus the ones that play in my head elsewhere in the novel. Here you'll find a master list detailing each song and its location in the book, along with an official iTunes playlist where I invite you to preview each gem firsthand.

Happy listening!


Raine:
Love Hurt Bleed, Gary Numan

The Kurzweil:
Someone Like You, Adele

Due Diligence:
Hypothermic, Excision & The Subdivision

Stairs & Assets:
Come On Get Higher, Matt Nathanson

Olivia:
Canon in D, Pachelbel

Tass:
Dam Would Break, Toad the Wet Sprocket

More:
Breathe, Puscifer

Overton Avenue:
Morning Nightcap, Lunasa

ICTFC:
May the Living Be Dead (In Our Wake), Flogging Molly

The Bentley:
She's My Ride Home, Blue October

Te la farò vedere:
In the City, Kevin Rudolf

Home:
Near To You, A Fine Frenzy

Track List One:
Fairy Tale/Balance Beam, Blue October

Track List Two:
The End of August, Yanni

A Family and a Throne:
Emperor's New Clothes, Panic! At the Disco

Solana's Tiny Room:
The Longer I Run, Peter Bradley Adams

Woodland Crib Sheet:
From Where You Are, Lifehouse

Sentenced to Solitary/Red Chenille:
Sleeping at the Wheel, Matchbox Twenty

Chapter Thirty Four:
Sexism, Excision & Skism

The Will of Fate (Chapter 36):
Ghosts that We Knew, Mumford & Sons

Tobacco and Laughter (Chapter 43):
Dust to Dust, The Civil Wars

Epilogue:
Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy, Big & Rich