Every Song Featured in Euphoria Season 2, Episode 4


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Y'all…I can’t with this show. Euphoria’s mid-season episode, “You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can,” turned up the tension and saw all of our favs hitting a breaking point. Truths were revealed, jaws were dropped, and fans were left at the edge of their seat wondering how any of these storylines would resolve themselves.

Below is the tracklist for this week’s jam-packed episode. Enjoy!

“I’ll Be Here In The Morning” by Townes Van Zandt: Rue explains how much she loves Jules.

“Summertime/ Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child” by Mahalia Jackson: A montage of Cassie and Nate’s affair and Maddy and Nate discussing their relationship intertwine with scenes in the present at Maddy’s birthday party.

“How Long” by Tove Lo: Suze toasts with the girls at Maddy’s birthday party.

“Devil Inside” by INXS: Nate and a drunk Cal talk before Cal leaves for a drive.

“I Was Dancing In The Lesbian Bar” by Jonathan Richman: Rue and Elliot dance in his room. Jules and Elliot kiss while Rue is in the bathroom. Then, the trio play truth or dare.

“This Is How We Do It” by Montell Jordan: Maddy puts on this song at her birthday party.

“trademark usa” by Baby Keem: Elliot drives to the gas station to steal alcohol with Jules and Rue.

“sad4whattt” by ericdoa: Nate arrives at Maddy’s party.

“Heartbeat” by Red 7: Cal drunkenly drives his old car and sings.

“Vitamin C” by Can: Jules, Rue, and Elliot drive and argue.

“Bailala” by Chiki Di: Nate gives Maddy her birthday present.

“Don’t Cha” by The Pussycat Dolls: Nate goes to leave the party.

24 Caprices for Solo Violin Op. 1: no. 14 by NiccolಠPaganini: Cassie attempts to capture Nate’s attention and comes down the stairs in a swimsuit before going to the hot tub.

“New Sensation” by INXS: Cal pulls into the bar parking lot and gets thrown out.

“Way Over My Head” by Lovetaps, Chit Duty, Melika: Lexi watches Cassie in her sad, drunken state.

“Method of Modern Love” by Hall & Oates: Cal goes into the bar he went to with Derek and takes a couple shots.

“Drink Before the War” by Sinéad O'Connor: Cal picks this song from the jukebox and sings alone. Cassie sings along at Maddy’s party.

“U could tëll” by Yeat: Elliot drives, Jules cries, and Rue is wasted in the backseat.

“Love Like This” by Faith Evans: While hanging out in the hot tub, Nate and Maddy argue about their relationship status; Cassie then throws up.

“True” by Spandau Ballet: Cal dances with a guy at the bar and asks if he wants to wrestle.

“Life at the Outpost” by Skat Brothers: Cal gets thrown out of the bar.

“Need You Tonight” by INXS: Cal drunkenly speeds down the highway without his hands on the steering wheel.

“I’m Tired” by Labrinth: Rue, while high, walks down an imaginary church aisle and hugs the gospel singer, who transforms into her father.

“Until I Fall" by Lucinda Chua: Rue continues to cry, hug, and apologize to her "father”/gospel singer. The episode wraps up and checks in on each main character.

“(Pick Me Up) Euphoria” by James Blake, Labrinth: End credits roll.

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