Don’t Worry Darling Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the movie: After a long wait Harry Styles’ “Don’t Worry Darling” is here and since its arrival it has been constantly in the news for one reason or another. This September release is actor and director Olivia Wilde’s second movie as a director. Here she brings to life an experimental town on a 1950s theme, with its residents slowly finding out that they might be in a sinister dystopia.
Starring pop Sensation Harry Styles and Florence Pugh in lead roles with Gemma Chan and Chris Pine in pivotal roles, this movie follows Jack (Styles) and his wife Alice (Pugh), as they move into this town called VICTORY run by Jack’s boss Frank (Pine). In this town which looks like a big happy family from the 1950s at first sight, all men are hard-working husbands and ladies, the perfect housewives. But then things turn for the worst as Alice begins to realize that the town has something sinister going on. She begins to hallucinate and nightmares become an often affair as she inches closer to the secret.
DON’T WORRY DARLING SOUNDTRACK – ALL SONGS FEATURED IN THE MOVIE:
Apart from a very appealing premise the film also has some of the perfect tunes to complement it. The composing of the soundtrack is helmed by renowned composer John Powell whose previous works in “How to Train your Dragon”, “Chicken Run” and “Happy Feet” films speaks volume about him. Here in this film he takes a darker turn and makes one’s spine more chilling as we navigate through the secrets of Victory.
Also featured in the film is a collection of Jazz and Soul songs from the 1950s and 60s which fit the tone of the film as the theme of the town in the 1950s. Music editor Bill Bernstein has curated this list of songs to complement the premise. Apart from such classics, there’s an original song by Harry Style and Florence Pugh, the lead actors of the film, called “With you all the time.”
- ‘The Right Time’ – Ray Charles
- ‘Bang Bang’ – Dizzy Gillespie
- ‘Where or When’ – Benny Goodman Trio
- ‘Comin’ Home Baby’ – Mel Tormé
- ‘Oogum Boogum Song’ – Brenton Wood
- ‘Tears on My Pillow’ – Little Anthony & The Imperials
- ‘Twilight Time’ – The Platters
- ‘Sh-Boom’ – The Chords
- ‘Need Your Love So Bad’ – Little Willie John
- ‘Sleep Walk’ – Santo & Johnny
- ‘You Belong To Me’ – Helen Foster and the Rovers
- ‘Someone To Watch Over Me’ – Ella Fitzgerald
- ‘With You All the Time’ – Florence Pugh and Harry Styles