Every Song Featured in Euphoria Season 2, Episode 7
*SPOILERS AHEAD FOR EUPHORIA SEASON 2, EPISODE 7*
Euphoria season 2, episode 7, titled “The Theater and Its Double,” blurs the lines between fiction and reality. While the episode is light on debauchery, it does focus on Lexi’s play, cheekily titled Our Life. Its depiction of high school stage productions is, in typical Euphoria fashion, both searingly accurate and completely fantastical.
Here’s every song featured in Euphoria season 2, episode 7.
“Amore mio aiutami” by Piero Piccioni: Plays during the “overture” of the episode.
“Love Will Keep Us Together” by Captain & Tennille: The 1975 cover plays during a montage introducing the play’s versions of Euphoria’s cast of characters. Maddy, Rue, and Cassie realize that the play is about them, which doesn’t sit right with many of them.
“The Word Hurricane” by Air: Cassie and Nate walk the halls and make their relationship public; Cassie is dressed exactly like Maddy, and Maddy comments, “Well, she certainly looks the part.”
“Vivre Pour Vivre” by Francis Lai: Cassie lies in bed, and Lexi explains how she feels like she’s lived most of her life in her imagination.
“More” by Bobby Darin: “More” plays during a montage of Cassie and Lexi spending time with their dad, who, like Rue, has struggled with his own addictions. The montage is bittersweet, as Cassie and Suze watch this depiction of sweeter times in their lives with tears in their eyes.
“Spartacus Love Theme by Alex North: A montage of Cassie and Nate plays. Nate dresses Cassie and gives her a necklace; she shares that her biggest dream is to devote her life to loving someone.
"Oops (Oh My)” by Tweet feat. Missy Elliott: Cheerleaders do a dance on stage, and the play looks at the fractured friendship between Maddy and Cassie.
“Surrender” by Armando Trovajoli: Cassie has an intimate moment with Nate, and Kat takes back up webcamming.
“What’s Up” by Labrinth: The cast prepares for the play’s next scene.
“Holding Out For A Hero” by Bonnie Tyler: The final number in Lexi’s play sees Kat’s ex-boyfriend Ethan play Nate in a hilarious and entertaining homoerotic dance number.
“Cannibal Holocaust” by Riz Ortolani: Cassie stresses over Nate breaking up with her over Lexi’s play and stares menacingly out into the auditorium. End credits roll.