'To All The Boys I've Loved Before': Every Song Featured In The Hit Netflix Movie
18 August 2018, 12:19 | Updated: 20 August 2018, 12:41
'To All The Boys I've Loved Before' is incredible and so is its soundtrack. Looking for the amazing tunes featured in TATBILB? Here are all the songs you heard and loved in Netflix's latest teen romcom, 'To All The Boys I've Loved Before'.
Netflix's To All The Boys I've Loved Before is already a huge hit with audiences. We're sure you loved the film itself, but there is no denying how incredible the soundtrack is. The soundtrack to To All The Boys I've Loved Before ties heavily into the film, featuring songs that brilliantly capture each tender and emotional moment.
The heartfelt teen comedy stars Lana Condor as Lara Jean Covey, Noah Centineo as Peter K, and Israel Broussard as Josh Sanderson. The popular Netflix film is sweet, funny, and a must watch (even if you're not a teen).
In the To All The Boys I've Loved Before soundtrack, fans can hear songs by Blood Orange, Tears For Fears, Lauv and more. The TATBILB soundtrack is full of hidden gems and well known hits as well.
"You & I" - Twinsmith
"You & I" is the song that plays when Lara Jean is looking back on her friendship with Josh both before and after he begins dating Margot.
"Daydreams" by The Velveteins
"Daydreams" plays as Margot and her family prepare her things so she can go off to school in Scotland.
"Chinatown" by Wild Nothing
"Chinatown" is the song playing when Lara Jean attempts to clean her room before getting distracted and falling asleep at her desk. It's also playing as Lara Jean walks the hall on her first day back at school.
"You're Not Good Enough" by Blood Orange
This song plays when Lara sees Peter K and Gen in the cafeteria and decides to eat in the library.
"Human Right" by The Strike
The song that plays when Lara asks Lucas James to dance during freshman year. The lyrics "dancing is a human right" can be heard playing beneath their conversation.
"G O O D" by Erin McCarley
"G O O D" by Erin McCarley is the song that plays when Lara Jean rushes home to look for her box of letters.
"Drunk " by Anteros
This song plays when Lara Jean and Peter K sign their dating contract. It's also playing when Peter and Kitty are talking about the yogurt in his car.
"Boyfriend (Repeat)" by Confidence Man
This is the song that plays when Lara Jean and Peter K walk into the cafeteria with his hand in her back pocket.
"Beautiful" by Viigo
"Beautiful" by Viigo is the song playing when Peter tells Lara Jean that she looks pretty and takes her scrunchie before they walk into the party together.
"Hypnotic Regression" by Girls Names
After the party, Lara Jean and Peter go to a diner for some food. There, Peter K confesses that he and Gen still talk on the phone and Lara Jean reveals that she is scared of falling in love.
"I Like Me Better" by Lauv
"I Like Me Better" is the song that plays when the bus takes off on the ski trip.
"Lovers" by Anna of The North
This is the song that plays when Lara Jean goes to speak to Peter K in the hot tub. The pair kiss after Peter reveals he went to the Korean grocery store across town to get her the yogurt she likes for the ski trip.
"Video Child" by Many Voices Speak
"Video Child" is the song that plays when Lara Jean looks at the photo of her and Kavinsky on her phone, decides she should change it, and then finally cleans her room.
"Everybody Wants To Rule The World" by Tears For Fears
This is the song that plays when Lara Jean and her father talk at the diner and have a heart to heart about her mother. Lara Jean confesses that she misses her mother very much.
"Cool Out" by Matthew E.White Feat Natalie Prass
"Cool Out" is the song that plays when Peter K says "you gonna break my heart Covey?" before kissing her in the field.
"When I Dance With You" by The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
This is the song that plays when John Ambrose shows up to Lara's door. Also, this song is the song that plays during the credits.