‘The Half of It’ Netflix Soundtrack: Every Song Featured

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The Half of It is now available to stream on Netflix

Alice Wu’s The Half of It is now available to stream on Netflix around the world, and if you’ve already watched the feature and took an interest in the music behind the movie, then you’ve come to the right place. Below is your full guide to the music behind The Half of It on Netflix.

The Half of It is only the second film directed by Alice Wu and features the likes of Leah Lewis, Daniel Diemer, and Alexxis Lemire. We’re expecting to see The Half of It to be one of the most-watched Netflix Originals in May 2020.

The soundtrack isn’t what you would typically hear from a teen-drama, which is arguably made it far more enjoyable.

Anton Sanko is credited for the music behind The Half of It on Netflix. Sanko has a total of 76 acting credits in his career, and composed the music of the Netflix Original thriller Fractured, and is credited with working on the soundtrack of Philadelphia.

Full Song List of The Half of It on Netflix

  • Annie’s Song – Amy Carrigan
  • La Marseillaise – The Warner Bros. Studio Orchestra
  • The Carny – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
  • Check Me Out – Photronique
  • Flying Cars – Ruen Brothers
  • Bring on the Rain – Hudson Moore
  • Ek Villain Score Cues – Raju Singh
  • Half Way – Brandi Ediss
  • Takin’ It Easy – Ruen Brothers
  • Ghost Town – Bryan Edwards
  • If You Could Read My Mind – Gordon Lightfoot
  • Masquerade – Michael Fiore
  • Flame – Controller
  • Maybe I – Des Rocs
  • Seventeen – Sharon Van Etten
  • Lonesome – Ruen Brothers
  • If You Leave Me Now – Chicago
  • Break the Rules – Ruen Brothers

The Half of It Soundtrack Spotify Playlist

We’ve put together a playlist of all the songs that from The Half of It, where available, into a playlist on Spotify:

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Jacob joined What's on Netflix in 2018 as a fulltime writer having worked in numerous other industries until that point. Jacob covers all things Netflix whether that's TV or movies but specializes in covering new anime and K-dramas. Resides in Norwich in the United Kingdom.