'The Walking Dead' brings back that 'Easy Street' song

CLEVELAND, Ohio - It was the song you'd never heard of that you simply couldn't get our of your head. "Easy Street" made its debut during Season 7's third episode titled "The Cell." Negan and Dwight used it to drive Daryl insane while he was locked...

'The Walking Dead' brings back that 'Easy Street' song

CLEVELAND, Ohio - It was the song you'd never heard of that you simply couldn't get our of your head.

"Easy Street" made its debut during Season 7's third episode titled "The Cell." Negan and Dwight used it to drive Daryl insane while he was locked up at the Sanctuary. But mostly, it just drove viewers mad.

What is that song and where did it come from? Those questions returned Sunday when "Easy Street" popped up on "The Walking Dead" again, as Eugene became the latest visitor to the Saviors' headquarters.

Eugene had a very different reaction to the song and his time with the Saviors, making us wonder which side he'll be on once the war starts.

For those needing a refresher, "Easy Street" is a song by The Collapsable Hearts Club, a music project led by composer Jim Bianco featuring singer Petra Haden.

You can check out the song below, and learn more about Bianco on NPR's "All Things Considered."

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