Every song on the Heartstopper Season 2 soundtrack

In Heartstopper, music plays an important role in telling Nick and Charlie's love story. Who can forget their dreamy snowy day on beabadoobee's "Dance With Me" (voted Best Musical Moment at the MTV Movie & TV Awards)? Or the Toby Green remix of Maggie Rogers' "Alaska" that played before the couple's first kiss?

In an interview with Attitude last spring, Heartstopper executive producers and musical directors Patrick Walters and Matt Biffa talked about the decision to source the show's soundtrack from primarily LGBTQ+ artists. Problems sourcing bedroom pop out there. “It’s so accessible that any kid with a laptop and an idea can make something like this,” Biffa explains.

To put together a playlist that the characters could actually listen to, the "Heartstopper" creative team also consulted with the show's young stars. “We wanted to show the real life of British teenagers, and a big part of that was music,” Walters said. “We can send playlists to young teen actors and ask them, ‘Do you like these songs?’ It’s so helpful.”

Several artists expressed their gratitude for being included on the Heartstopper soundtrack. For example, after its first season helped "Baby Queen" reach a wider audience than ever before, the "Colours of You" singer tells Elite Daily it's "the most amazing thing that's ever happened in her career" The most amazing thing”.

Luckily for fans, there are even more baby queens in "Heartstoppers" season 2, including Taylor Swift, Teigen, Sarah, and more. Want to add to your playlist? Here's an episode-by-episode recap of all the songs from Heartstopper Season 2.

Heartbreak Season 2 Music

Episode 1 "Get Out"

  • "Smash" by Maggie Rogers
  • Fitz and the Tantrum "Out of My League"
  • "The Pressure to Party" by Julia Jacklin
  • "The Beach" by Wolf Alice

Episode 2 "Family"

  • "Coming of Age" by mxmtoon
  • Carmody's "Paradise"
  • "Welcome to the Sidelines" by Amy Mitchell
  • "You Won't Like Me" by Tegan and Sara

Episode 3 "Promise"

  • "Retrospective" by Vestas
  • "Everything's Gonna Be Alright (Bratty Remix)" by Metronomy
  • 1975's "The Voice"
  • "Lovetime" by Françoise Hardy
  • "Missing You" by Bart Smith
  • "Love Song" by beabadoobee

Episode 4 "Challenge"

  • "Obsession" by Hutch
  • Hervé's "Trésor"
  • "Un peu plus souvent" by Alexia Gredy
  • "Mona Lisa" by mxmtoon
  • Freak Out by Mia Freak

Episode 5 "Heat"

  • "Nobody Really Cares" by Baby Queen
  • "It's ok (voleur de sonile)" by Christine and the Queens
  • Cavetown feat. "Falling in Love with a Girl." Ola Gatland
  • "Never the Same" by Gabriel Appling

Episode 6 "Truth or Dare"

  • "On était beau" by Louane
  • "Brothers" by Wolf Alice
  • 3D Feelings by Alfie Templeman
  • "And Then It All Gone" by Dayglow
  • "Heat and Heaviness" by Lucy Dacus
  • "Pretty Girl Lies" by Baby Queen
  • "The Abyss" by Holly Humberstone

Episode 7 "I'm Sorry"

  • "We Can Be Anyone" by Baby Queen
  • "People Are Watching" by Conan Gray
  • "Cry!" by Caroline Ross
  • "Crush Culture" by Conan Gray
  • "Blush" by Wolf Alice

Episode 8 "Perfect"

  • "Colors of You" by Baby Queen
  • "Run With Me" by Carly Rae Jepsen
  • “Young” by Neon Capital and Kinck
  • Eat grandma's "Happy New Year"
  • "Just Like Heaven" by The Cure
  • "Seven" by Taylor Swift
  • "You're So Beautiful" by Wasia Project

Considering all the new and nostalgic gems from the first two seasons' soundtracks, it's clear that Heartstopper Season 3 (officially coming soon!) is going to bring even more romantic pop enjoyment.