Jason Momoa’s new Netflix movie has arrived in the form of Sweet Girl and is a must-watch title partly because of its incredible soundtrack. Below, we’ll walk you through the full soundtrack list for Sweet Girl and who’s behind the score of the movie.
The new action-thriller sees Momoa in his second Netflix Original title after Frontier.
Not seen anything about the movie yet? Here’s a quick pitch before you dive in:
“A devastated husband vows to bring justice to the people responsible for his wife’s death while protecting the only family he has left, his daughter.”
So let’s now dig into the music that you’ll find throughout the 96 minute long Netflix flick:
Original Music for Netflix’s Sweet Girl
The original soundtrack for Sweet Girl was composed by British film composer, Steven Price.
Steven Price has put together some iconic soundtracks in recent years including 2013’s Gravity starring Sandra Bullock, Attack the Block from 2011 as well as providing music for some of David Attenborough’s nature documentaries.
According to Film Music Reporter, Maisie Music Publishing are releasing the soundtrack to the movie.
The original songs composed for Sweet Girl includes:
- I’m Part Of You
- Memories That Shape Us
- To Quietly Pass Me By
- I Had a Dream Last Night
- Quickly and Quietly
- It Runs If You’re Asking
- Say Your Name
- I Just Need Names
- Heading To The Diner
- I Have To Do This Alone
- The Ambulance
- Now The Work Begins
- My Turn To Steal It
- It Ends With You
- How Much Is A Life Worth
Full Soundtrack List for Sweet Girl
The main soundtrack for the film isn’t particularly long but does contain a few well-known hits including tracks from Sharon Van Etten, Guns n’ Roses and Nathaniel Rateliff.
Sweet Child of Mine – Guns n’ Roses
Nathaniel Rateliff – And It’s Still Alright
Leave My Head Alone Brain – Henrik Schwarz
Day After Tomorrow – Tom Waits
Sharon Van Etten – The End of the World
As a Spotify Playlist would be rather empty, we’ve found one compiled of the music featured above plus a few other songs “inspired by it.
Did you enjoy the soundtrack to Netflix’s new movie, Sweet Girl? Let us know in the comments.