TV and Movies·Posted on Jul 15, 2022Here's The Whole Soundtrack From "The Summer I Turned Pretty" All In One PlaceIt's enough music to last you the whole summer!by Kaitlin StevensBuzzFeed ContributorLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail There's plenty to love about The Summer I Turned Pretty, but one aspect of Jenny Han's new show on Amazon Prime that got a lot of attention was the soundtrack. chaewon @readswinter to whoever created the summer i turned pretty soundtrack i love u 02:55 PM - 13 Jul 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite @readswinter / Via Twitter: @readswinter emilia @emiilyllopez whoever made the soundtrack for the summer i turned pretty needs a RAISE 04:33 AM - 06 Jul 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite @emiilyllopez / Via Twitter: @emiilyllopez It was stacked, to say the least, with classic tunes and modern hits. It made headlines with just the trailer, which featured the debut of Taylor Swift's "This Love (Taylor's Version)." View this video on YouTube Amazon Prime Video / Via youtube.com If you've been curious about adding the music to your own playlist, here's a breakdown of the full soundtrack, organized by episode. Happy listening! Episode 1: Summer House Electric Light Orchestra — "Mr. Blue Sky" View this video on YouTube Jet Records / Via youtube.com A classic summer song, this was the perfect choice for the opening montage. It provided the best backdrop for all of Belly's hopes and dreams for the magical summer ahead of her. Kim Petras — "Can't Do Better" View this video on YouTube Republic Records / Via youtube.com Belly sings along to this in the car, much to her mom and brother's dismay. But who can blame her? This song is just meant to be scrung (scream-sung). Taylor Swift — "Lover" View this video on YouTube Big Machine Records / Via youtube.com This swoony song plays in Belly's head (and in the show) when she sees Conrad for the first time that summer. She's got it bad. Cardi B — "Up" View this video on YouTube Atlantic Records / Via youtube.com As Belly rebels and makes her way onto the beach for the bonfire party, this song blasts from someone's speakers, its infectious energy matching that of everyone gathered around the fire. Olivia Rodrigo — "Brutal" View this video on YouTube Interscope Records / Via youtube.com When that infectious energy suddenly turns violent and a fight breaks out, this upbeat track from Olivia Rodrigo sets the scene. Other songs from Episode 1: Taylor Swift — "Cruel Summer"Bleachers — "Rollercoaster"Sarah Cothran — "As The World Caves In"Indigo De Souza — "Pretty Pictures"Olivia Rodrigo — "1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back" Episode 2: Summer Dress Baby Queen — "Dover Beach" View this video on YouTube Polydor Records / Via youtube.com While Belly bikes to see Cam, this upbeat bop plays. The lyrics are about not being able to get someone out of your head, and we have to wonder: Is it Cam on her mind, or someone else? PS: You may have heard this one in Heartstopper, too. BLACKPINK ft. Selena Gomez — "Ice Cream" View this video on YouTube YG Entertainment / Via youtube.com Every shopping montage needs an iconic backdrop, and this was an excellent but unexpected choice for Belly's debutante ball dress-shopping scene. Fickle Friends — "Pretty Great" View this video on YouTube Polydor Records / Via youtube.com This one plays over the speakers at the pool while Jeremiah gives Steven a breakdown of who's who, including pointing out who he's kissed (a lot of guys and girls) and who he hasn't (Shayla, Steven's impossibly posh crush). Wheatus — "Teenage Dirtbag" View this video on YouTube Montauk Mantis / Via youtube.com This modern classic scores the mild teenage debauchery of Belly's first kiss with Cam in his car, and Steven's first makeout session with Shayla on the beach. Other music from Episode 2: Yukon Blonde — "Summer in July"Charles Gerhardt — "Sabrina: Main Title; The Larrabee Estate" Gary McFarland — "Shadows Are Falling"Edith Piaf — "La Vie En Rose" Episode 3: Summer Nights Alessia Cara — "You Let Me Down" View this video on YouTube Def Jam Recordings / Via youtube.com It's Belly's birthday, and she can cry if she wants to. Just kidding, she's not crying. But she is upset when Conrad doesn't give her a birthday gift, and this Alessia Cara song that plays while her and Jeremiah drive to pick up Taylor says exactly how she feels. Dayglow — "Can I Call You Tonight?" View this video on YouTube Oso Polita / Via youtube.com This breezy tune is the backdrop to Belly's birthday afternoon spent in the pool, playing games with Steven, Taylor, and Jeremiah. It's the calm before the storm of the party that night. Saweetie ft. Doja Cat — "Best Friend" View this video on YouTube Warner Records / Via youtube.com What better song to set the scene as Taylor and Belly walk up to Nicole's party, with Cam trailing behind like a third wheel? Chlöe — "Have Mercy" View this video on YouTube Parkwood Entertainment / Via youtube.com Chlöe's sultry track plays in the aftermath of Taylor and Belly's fight, while the boys play beer pong outside, oblivious to all the drama. Carly Rae Jepsen — "Your Type" View this video on YouTube Interscope Records / Via youtube.com This heartbreak anthem starts playing when Belly discovers that Conrad did get her a gift all along, and keeps playing as she ruminates on this discovery on a drive with Jeremiah the next morning. Other songs in Episode 3: Relaye — "Too Simple"Grease — "Summer Nights"Billie Eilish — "Happier Than Ever"Bon Iver — "Beach Baby" Episode 4: Summer Heat Caroline Polachek — "So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings" View this video on YouTube PC Music / Via youtube.com It's the Fourth of July, and Conrad is helping Belly prepare for the party their moms are hosting. This quintessential pop song starts playing, maybe hinting toward Belly's feelings toward Conrad, but it keeps going as Belly's dad's new, young girlfriend makes her entrance. And yep, she's hotter than anyone expected. Caveboy — "Something Like Summer" View this video on YouTube Db Special / Via youtube.com Belly is keeping the margaritas poured for everyone at the beach while they play drinking games, getting drunker than she's ever been before — okay, she's never actually been drunk before. This mellow indie pop tune encapsulates the freedom they're all feeling in this moment. Hayley Kiyoko — "Found My Friends" View this video on YouTube Atlantic Records / Via youtube.com Ironically, this song plays as it seems like Belly is losing all her friends, despite being too drunk to realize what's going on. But her slip-up about Steven and Taylor's hookup has soured everyone's mood, including Cam, and Belly is left all alone — until she walks in on Conrad in the shower a few minutes later. Taylor Swift — "False God" View this video on YouTube Big Machine Records / Via youtube.com This sultry sleeper track from Lover sets the scene for Belly and Conrad's almost kiss on the dock, but Jeremiah's jealousy takes over and he lights off some fireworks, ruining their moment. Other songs from Episode 4: Francis on My Mind — "Swimming Pools"Vampire Weekend — "This Life"Dr. Dog — "Where'd All the Time Go" Episode 5: Summer Catch Reyanna Maria ft. Tyga — "So Pretty" View this video on YouTube Republic Records / Via youtube.com When Jeremiah crashes the Debutante Ball rehearsal, he plays this song and leads the ladies in dance. Unconventional, sure, but they all have fun thanks to Jere and his golden retriever energy. And yeah, it's a bop. Bruno Major — "Places We Won't Walk" View this video on YouTube AWAL / Via youtube.com This song about love lost (or love that never had the chance to blossom) plays while Belly essentially dumps Cam on the beach, making the rest of their picnic pretty awkward. Japanese Breakfast — "Be Sweet" View this video on YouTube Dead Oceans / Via youtube.com This catchy tune plays while Belly tries to hype herself up to approach Conrad and tell him how she feels about him...and maybe get that kiss she missed out on before. The lyrics capture just what she wants from Conrad: "Be sweet to me baby, / I wanna believe in you." The Pussycat Dolls ft. Busta Rhymes — "Don't Cha" View this video on YouTube Interscope Records / Via youtube.com Jeremiah isn't the only one with a raunchy dance scene in this episode. The moms, Laurel and Susannah, play this on the jukebox at the bar and let loose, feeling young again, if only for a night. Other songs from Episode 5: The Showmen — "It Will Stand"NEIKED ft. Mae Muller and Polo G — "Better Days"Kim Petras — "Malibu"Jack Harlow — "Nail Tech"Tai Verdes — "Feeling This Bad Never Felt So Great"The Premiums — "Best Days Of Our Lives"Beck — "Lost Cause"The Muggs — "Down Below"Samuel Jack — "Closer"Ellur — "Moments"Tyler, the Creator — "Are We Still Friends" Episode 6: Summer Tides M.I.A. — "Bad Girls" View this video on YouTube Roc Nation / Via youtube.com M.I.A.'s bad girl anthem plays as Belly and Taylor dominate the volleyball courts during the first stretch of the tournament, with Conrad cheering from the sidelines. It also kicks off the star-studded soundtrack for the volleyball sequence.I mean, seriously, that sequence alone must have cost tens of thousands in licensing fees. Dua Lipa — "Levitating" View this video on YouTube Warner Records / Via youtube.com Dua Lipa's upbeat anthem is the closing track for the volleyball sequence, the pep representing Belly's mood as she wins the tournament once and for all — with Conrad's help, to the disappointment of Jeremiah. Tyler, the Creator — "WUSYANAME" View this video on YouTube Odd Future Records / Via youtube.com Tyler, the Creator's smooth track about getting to know someone accompanies the scene where Jeremiah gets ready for the party, full of leftover nerves from the volleyball tournament and not knowing where he stands with Belly. It's also the second Tyler, the Creator song to play during a Jelly-themed scene, which is worth noting! Billie Eilish — "When the Party's Over" View this video on YouTube Interscope Records / Via youtube.com The party's over, and so is the night, and this scene makes it seem like Conrad and Belly are over, too. He knows it might be too late, but he still calls Belly out to the dock to talk and give her the necklace he'd been holding on to. But she's already moved on to Jeremiah. This melancholy track perfectly punctuates the scene where it seems all is lost. Other songs from Episode 6: Solange — "Losing You"HAIM — "Now I'm In It"Phoenix — "Lisztomania"Mini Mansions — "I'm In Love"Tame Impala — "Is It True"Frank Ocean — "Super Rich Kids"Cannons — "Fire For You"Virgin Suicide — "Sedate Me"Peyton — "Swag"Qwel & Maker — "Together (Down Dumbing)"24kGoldn — "Outta Pocket" Episode 7: Summer Love JVKE — "This Is What Falling in Love Feels Like" View this video on YouTube Atlantic Records / Via youtube.com The final episode of the season kicks off with this electric track from JVKE, playing while everyone preps for the event the whole summer has been leading up to: the debutante ball. Bazzi — "I Like That" View this video on YouTube Atlantic Records / Via youtube.com This one's the soundtrack for the iconic choreographed dance performed by the escorts at the debutante ball. I mean, who knew Steven had moves like that?! Petition to release another official music video for this song featuring that dance scene!! Taylor Swift — "The Way I Loved You (Taylor's Version)" View this video on YouTube Big Machine Records / Via youtube.com When the dance between debutantes and escorts is about to start and Jeremiah is nowhere to be found, Conrad steps in to be Belly's knight in shining armor. This Taylor track about missing the excitement that comes with dating someone unpredictable serves as the perfect metaphor for their relationship. Phoebe Bridgers — "Funeral" View this video on YouTube Dead Oceans / Via youtube.com Phoebe Bridgers' heartbreaking song about singing at a funeral and existentialism plays in the wake of everyone learning that Susannah has cancer. Belly, Laurel, and Steven cry together in bed, while Susannah breaks the news to Conrad and Jeremiah that she doesn't want to try the experimental treatment for her cancer. Other songs from Episode 7: Shana Falana — "Go Higher"The Melachrino Strings and Orchestra — "Isn't It Romantic"Ariana Grande — "Thank U, Next"Taylor Swift — "This Love (Taylor's Version)" What was your favorite song in The Summer I Turned Pretty? Let us know in the comments!