'After' Soundtrack: All The Music In Netflix Film Starring Hero Fiennes Tiffin And Josephine Langford

7 August 2020, 17:21

Netflix's After Soundtrack boasts songs from a number of artists
Netflix's After Soundtrack boasts songs from a number of artists. Picture: PA/Netflix

Netflix’s popular teen movie, 'After', has been a hit with fans and the sequel, ‘After We Collided’ is set to drop in October. But what songs were featured in the first movie? Here’s a list.

Netflix’s After has been a seriously addictive movie for fans after people were left hooked on the rom-com starring Hero Fiennes Tiffin and Josephine Langford.

The sequel, After We Collided, is already getting a lot of anticipation from fans after it was announced it would be released in October, this year.

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Those who have watched the film will know just how intense and emotional it can be and it definitely has a lot of songs to compliment the mood.

So, we’ve rounded up all the songs that feature in the Netflix movie.

What’s the After soundtrack? Full song list revealed

There are a number of popular songs in Netflix's After
There are a number of popular songs in Netflix's After. Picture: Netflix

Selena Gomez & A$AP Rocky - ‘Good For You’

Ariana Grande - ‘Dangerous Woman’

The Rigs - ‘White Flag’

Biltmore - ‘Feel Something Good’

Brain Tan - ‘Your Magazines’

We Are The Fury - ‘Kiss the Sun’

Cooley High - ’Say Hoe (Clean)’

Ian Dunross - ‘Wait A Bit’

Young Bizzle - ‘Wild and Reckless’

T-Flex - ‘Richer’

Unequal featuring. Son Little & DSARDY - ’Steap Ahead’ 

Colouring - ‘The Wave’

The Fray - ‘Look After You’

Kate York - ‘Still on Top’

T-Elle - ‘I Do It For Fun’

Olivia O’Brien - ‘Complicated’

Daye Jack - ‘Raw’

The First Times - ‘Get Lost

Alessia Cara - ‘Out of Love’

Banners - ‘Someone To You’

Yoke Lore - ‘Beige’

Sugar & The Hi Lows - ‘Show & Tell’

Bea Millers - ‘like that’

James Bay - ‘Us’

Freya Ridings - ‘Blackout’

The First Times - ‘The One Thing I Could Lose’

Ingrid Michaelson - ‘Light Me Up’

Pia Mia - ‘Bitter Love’

Zara Larsson - ‘Ruin My Life'

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