'Big Little Lies' Soundtrack Coming This Friday

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By Noah Yoo and Jazz Monroe.

The soundtrack for the HBO drama series “Big Little Lies” has been announced. Out this Friday, Big Little Lies: Music From The HBO Limited Series features music played throughout the season, including songs by Alabama Shakes (“This Feeling”), Charles Bradley (“Victim of Love,” “Changes”), Leon Bridges (“River”), Agnes Obel (“September Song”), Villagers (“Nothing Arrived”), and more. The show, about a tranquil seaside town that dramatically unravels, premiered last month. Talking about show director Jean-Marc Vallée, music supervisor Susan Jacobs said in a press release, “Jean-Marc uses music like Jackson Pollock used paint. There is a lot of truth in the music of Big Little Lies.”

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Big Little Lies: Music From The HBO Limited Series:

01 Michael Kiwanuka: “Cold Little Heart”

02 Charles Bradley: “Victim of Love”

03 Martha Wainwright: “Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole”

04 Leon Bridges: “River”

05 Kinny: “Queen of Boredness” [ft. Diesler]

06 Agnes Obel: “September Song”

07 Alabama Shakes: “This Feeling”

08 Charles Bradley: “Changes”

09 Irma Thomas: “Straight From the Heart”

10 Villagers: “Nothing Arrived” (Live From Spotify London)

11 Zoë Kravitz: “Don’t”

12 Conor O’Brien: “The Wonder of You”

13 Daniel Agee: “How’s the World Treating You”

14 Ituana: “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”

This story originally appeared on Pitchfork.

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