What’s the best way to mend a broken heart? In Davina’s case, the most surefire way to feel a bit better is by enacting revenge on the person who caused her immense grief. In Rebekah’s case, it’s foiling her brother Klaus’ diabolical plan to rule New Orleans by plotting an underground coup. However, seeing as we’re neither supernatural entities nor insurgents, we prefer gorging on chocolate, filling our friends’ ears with rants, crying ourselves to sleep, and, of course, listening to a mix of lugubrious and soulful tunes. That being said, check out 8 magnificent songs from The Originals Season 1 Episode 10: “The Casket Girls” in the music playlist below!
“Dark Doo Wop” by MS MR: Plays when Rebekah is telling Hayley the origin of “The Casket Girls” and we flashback to the 1700s and see her saving three young girls from a mob of rowdy perverts.
“Curbstomp” by Meg Myers: Plays when Sabine walks in on Sophie making out with some random stud on the kitchen counter at Rousseau’s. (Ahem, health code violation.)
“Why You Worried ’bout Me?” by Rebirth Brass Band: Plays while Cami and Davina try to escape Klaus’s notice and weave through the festive street parade.
“Break” by Son Lux: Plays when Davina and Tim drink from the same bottle of water and discover that Klaus had poisoned it in an attempt to kill of the little witch.