Another year means another incredible season of Trinkets and just like season one, the soundtrack is absolutely top notch. Thanks to Elodie and her friends' love of music, there's so many great tracks in the show's second season, including some that is performed and created by the cast who brings these characters to life. So while we might not be at the actual Paper Tiger, we can still jam out to these songs and think back on this awesome show and it's incredible playlist.
*Major spoilers for season 2 of Trinkets below!*
These are all the songs featured in the second season of Netflix's Trinkets.
Episode 1: "Supernova"
"Supernova" by Kat Cunning
Playing when Elodie walks into the venue and watches Sabine on stage.
"Just What You Like" by Unknown
Playing at the party that Moe heads off to.
"Feel Something" by Clairo
Playing when Elodie heads back home on the bus.
Episode 2: "Last Night of Freedom"
"The Embers" by Vagabond
Playing from Elodie's headphones on the bus.
"William" by Graveyard Club
Playing when Moe is at her house and discovers the letter from her father.
"Coming Alive" by Zuma
Playing when the girls head off to the liquor store.
"Neon" by Lykke Li
Playing when the girls are driving the scooters around town.
"Gogo Wyne" by LATASHÁ
Playing when the girls try to help Elodie make one final steal.
"Uptown Girl" by The Beths
Playing when the girls head inside the bar after getting caught with the dress.
"Hold Steady" by Kacey Johansing
Playing when Elodie officially heads back home.
Episode 3: "Disconnected"
"Go Home" by East Of My Youth
Playing as Elodie is getting ready for school.
"Like a Stone" by Unknown
Playing as the girls head into school together for the first time.
"Bad Boy Sad Boy" by BjORDAN
Playing when Tabitha is trying to find out where to sit for lunch.
"Supernova" by Kat Cunning
Playing when Elodie is unpacking her stuff.
"Wake Me Up" by Alice Boman
Playing when Moe and Noah are walking together.
"Falling" by Aan
Playing when Tabitha checks in on Luka's apartment.
Episode 4: "Ghouls Just Wanna Have Fun"
"Doctor Doctor" by Oh Pep!
Playing when Tabitha enters the school and bumps into Brady.
"About Us" by Beasts With No Name
Playing after Noah leaves Moe in the computer room.
"Figure It Out" by Chaos Chaos
Playing when Elodie and Noah talk about Jillian.
"Halloween Funk" by Louis Edwards & Henry Parsley
Playing when Tabitha and Moe talk at the Halloween party.
"Dig That Sound" by Bloke & Bird
Playing when Moe heads out to hang out with the rest of the robotics team.
"Dare You Not To Dance" by Haiku Hands
Playing when everyone else arrives at the Halloween party.
"Far Away Place" by Xinobi
Playing when Elodie is almost having to leave the party. Plays again during the end credits.
Episode 5: "Works in Progress"
"Green Lights" by VVELLS
Playing when Tabitha is walking around the store.
"July Flame" by Laura Veirs
Playing when Elodie and Jillian are listening to music together.
"Dive" by Unknown
Playing when Moe and Tabitha are making signs together.
"Summa" by Peach Tree Rascals
Playing when Tabitha enters the beauty salon.
"Make It Hurt" by Sydney Franklin
Playing in the background at the hair salon.
"Mixer" by Amber Mark
Playing when Tabitha shows off her new hairstyle to the rest of the girls.
"Blue Collar Sex Kitten" by Lauren Ruth Ward
Playing during the end credits.
Episode 6: "Oceans 11th Grade"
"Knock Me Off My Feet" by SOAK
Playing when Elodie and Jillian are making out in the bathroom.
"Bad Thing" by PINS
Playing when Moe is trying to get a key to the hotel room.
"Bad Habits" by Madame Gandhi
Playing when Elodie pretends to be a waiter at the wedding.
"ZUU" by Denzel Curry
Playing during the final round of the robotics competition.
"Malibu Barbie" by Miya Folick
Playing when everyone reunites after the robotics competition.
"rbbts" by Kate Davis
Playing when Tabitha and Ben dance together.
"Who You Are" by Mannequin P*ssy
Playing when Tabitha and Elodie leave the hotel.
Episode 7: "Same Time Last Year"
"Falling" by Unknown
Playing when Tabitha and Ben are talking together.
"Hard to Kill" by Bleached
Playing when the girls are the grocery store.
"Easier" by Sorry Girls
Playing when Ben arrives to help cook Thanksgiving dinner.
"Hi-Fi" by M. Ward
Playing when the families arrive for dinner.
"My Heart Dreams" by Black Belt Eagle Scout
Playing when everyone is cleaning up.
"Don't Forget About Me" by Alice Boman
Playing when Moe and Noah are eating cherry pie together.
"Brand New" by Cameron Bethany
Playing when Moe spots Tabitha and Ben kissing.
Episode 8: "Black Friday"
"Someone New" by Caroline Rose
Playing when Elodie is on her phone.
"Deck The Halls" by The Craig Gildner Sextet
Playing when the girls meet up together at the mall.
"Too Drunk To Breathe" by Miguel Mendez ft. Pearl Charles
Playing when Tabitha and Moe are texting each other.
Original Song by Trinkets Cast
Playing when Elodie and Sabine are performing at the Paper Tiger.
"Dan Loves Patti" by Yum Yum
Playing when Elodie and Sabine are talking backstage.
"Gems and Rubies" by Valley Queen
Playing when Moe and Noah break up.
Episode 9: "Aren't You Gonna Say Something?"
"Two Life" by Our Girl
Playing when Tabitha is texting and walking down the hallway.
"Your Dog" by Soccer Mommy
Playing when Sabine is showing Elodie around the studio.
"Baby" by Francesca Blanchard
Playing when Luca leaves Tabitha.
Original Song by Trinkets Cast
Playing when Sabine show's Elodie the new demo.
"Pain" by Boy Harsher
Playing when Elodie tries to steal at the liquor store.
"Onda" by Guaxe
Playing when Tabitha and Ben are walking together.
"Wasted Nun" by Cherry Glazerr
Playing when Chase is being taken away from the cafeteria.
Episode 10: "We Belong"
"All I Want" by Francis
Playing when the girls are driving at the beginning of the episode.
"This" by DEPUTY
Playing when Elodie decides to give everything back.
"This Is A Dark Feeling" by Florist
Playing when the girls text each other overnight.
"Dolla$" by Daisha McBride
Playing when the girls sneak into the school.
"yellow is the color of her eyes" by Soccer Mommy
Playing when the girls are driving after breaking into the school.
"Jane" by Thomas Patrick Henry
Playing when everyone is in the cafeteria.
"We Belong" by Pat Benatar
Playing when the girls are together at the beach.
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