The full Don’t Worry Darling soundtrack tracklist has been released – check it out below.
Olivia Wilde’s 1950s sci-fi thriller opens in theaters today (September 23) with a period-appropriate soundtrack featuring the likes of Ray Charles, Little Willie John, The Chords and more.
The synopsis for Don’t Worry Darling reads: “In the 1950s, Alice and Jack live in the ideal community of Victory, an experimental company town where the men work on a secret project. While the husbands work, the women a spouse seeking to indulge in the beauty, luxury and wildness of their perfectly envisioned paradise.
“However, when cracks begin to appear in her ideal world, revealing glimpses of something sinister beneath the surface, Alice can’t help but question what exactly she’s doing during her triumph.”
The soundtrack, curated by music editor Bill Bernstein, includes an original song by Harry Styles – who stars as Jack Chambers – performed in the film by Styles and Florence Pugh, who plays his wife Alice.
Check out the full tracklist here:
Don’t Worry Darling also has an original score by John Powell, which you can listen to below.
In a four-star review of Don’t Worry Darling, NME wrote, “Admittedly, it’s hard enough to watch Don’t Worry Darling and not think about the cringe that goes with it.
“What we’re trying to say is that a really good film has been unnecessarily overshadowed. And that’s a shame.”
Don’t Worry Darling is in theaters now.