Daisy Jones & the Six Cast, EPs Share Their Favorite Songs and the Ones That Were Most Challenging to Sing
If you’re a fan of Daisy Jones & the Six, then you likely have the Prime Video drama’s soundtrack stuck in your head.
The show’s impressive roster of music includes 25 original songs, written or co-written by Grammy Award winner Blake Mills with the help of musicians/songwriters such as Marcus Mumford, Phoebe Bridgers, Jackson Browne and Taylor Goldsmith, among others. The catchy tunes, performed by the show’s cast, range from Daisy Jones & the Six hits like “Look at Us Now (Honeycomb)” to disco gems from Daisy’s BFF Simone to early Dunne Brothers rock numbers.
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The Aurora album by Daisy Jones & the Six, in particular, “sounds like a band from the ‘70s that sounds kind of like other things, but actually is completely unique,” Suki Waterhouse, who plays keyboardist Karen, enthuses.
TVLine asked the show’s stars and executive producers to do the impossible: pick their favorite original song from the series’ deep bench of legit earworms. Their choices include band staples like “Let Me Down Easy” and “Regret Me,” but also lesser featured tracks from Aurora, as well as a couple of non-Daisy Jones & the Six selections.
Plus, the group’s leader singers, Riley Keough and Sam Claflin, reveal which songs they found the most challenging to sing, so much so that Claflin vows to never perform one of them again.
Review the cast and EPs’ favorite tunes below and listen to them by pressing PLAY on the videos. Then hit comments to share your No. 1 pick! (For scoop on the finale’s big moments, check out our post mortem here.)
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