It was a year ago now that Twin Peaks: The Return arrived like a godsend and defied every plausible expectation. David Lynch and Mark Frost’s sprawling, unprecedented 18-part masterpiece proved unlike anything seen before on television. Nobody will forget the moment the show’s uncanny two-part premiere drew to an enigmatic close, as CHROMATICS took the stage at the Roadhouse bathed in cobalt, inaugurating with their hypnotic performance of "Shadow." This was only the beginning of JOHNNY JEWEL's sonic presence on the series. Themes for Television is an epic from the cutting room floor. A nearly hour-long foray into the blurry hours of night. Working entirely without images, drawing from his own imagined version of what The Return might be, Jewel produced a monumental six hours of material. The 21 tracks that comprise this album have been culled from that prolific streak of inspiration, sequenced and edited last winter in Tokyo.