Fans have been loving the music so far in Season 2 of HBO’s Euphoria, which premiered on January 9, 2022. Lexi is seen riding her bike while listening to Laura Les’ song Haunted by 100 Gecs in episode 2 of Euphoria season 2. While it came as a surprise to some viewers, Les fans have taken to Twitter to express their happiness.
We dig into the second episode’s soundtrack, which has received a lot of attention. We take a look at additional songs in the episode and reactions on Twitter, as well as how to listen on Spotify.
100 Gecs’ Laura Les track in Euphoria
Fans noticed Laura Les’ song, Haunted, in episode 2 of Euphoria, which aired on January 16. The single was released in 2021 and is Les’ first as a solo artist. Apart from her solo career, Les works with Dylan Brady as part of the duo 100 Gecs.
While many fans were excited to hear Haunted in Euphoria, others were shocked that the song was chosen. There are currently more than 29 million streams of Haunted on Spotify, and Les’ many followers took to Twitter to express their enthusiasm. While some people were happy to see Haunted in Euphoria, others were torn about the song choice.
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Euphoria episode 2 soundtrack
Euphoria’s soundtrack has been praised by fans, and episode 2 did not disappoint. The following songs were used in the episode:
- Live or Die by Noah Cyrus and Lil Xan
- Formula by Labrinth
- Come Rain Or Come Shine by Judy Garland
- Do What You Want, Be What You Are by Daryl Hall and John Oates
- Haunted by Laura Les
- She Brings The Rain by Can
- Return of the Mack by Mark Morrison
- Blue Monk by Thelonious Monk
Euphoria soundtrack on Spotify
There are several Spotify playlists that include all songs from season 2 thus far if you want to listen to the soundtrack in full. The playlists are refreshed each Sunday with music from the current episode.
The music from season 1, which was written and composed by Labrinth, is also available to listen to on Spotify, with 26 songs that are featured in the program.
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