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Every Song & When It Plays – Armessa Movie News

This article contains spoilers for The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2.


  • Key takeaways:
  • The soundtrack for The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 consists of amazing songs that enhance the series and can stand on their own.
  • Songs from various genres and eras are featured, including hits by Olivia Rodrigo, Taylor Swift, and Guns N’ Roses.
  • The songs create a nostalgic, joyful, and sometimes emotional atmosphere for the show, complementing the themes of summer and teenage romance.

The Summer I Turned Pretty has become something of a staple in young adult television series and the soundtrack for the show’s second season is proof of that. The Summer I Turned Pretty is a romantic drama following Belly, a young woman who finds love, joy, and drama at her family’s beach house in the fictional Cousins Beach. Stuck between two brothers, Belly must figure out how to stay true to herself and her heart without hurting the people she cares about. The series is adapted from a series of novels by Jenny Han of To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before fame.

Throughout The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2, there are a multitude of amazing songs that set the perfect backdrop for the scene they appear in. These songs are not only ideal for the series, but they’re also hits all on their own. From Olivia Rodrigo to One Direction, The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 has a soundtrack that is unbeatable for a series about summer and teenage romance. These songs are sure to make audiences nostalgic, joyful, and perhaps even shed a few tears.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 1, “Love Lost”

“See You Again” by Tyler the Creator: This dreamy song by Tyler the Creator is the first to play in The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 when Belly dreams that she’s back in Cousins with Conrad as her boyfriend.

“If You Love Me” by Lizzo: When Belly first gets a call from Conrad after summer has ended, this groovy tune is playing in her room, setting the tone for the romance that is sure to blossom between them, despite their promise to end thing.

“Big Energy” by Latto: Latto’s up-beat dance song is playing when Belly, Taylor, and Steven first walk in to Steven’s graduation party.

“I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” by Aerosmith: Taylor’s new boyfriend Milo performs this classic rock anthem during Steven’s graduation party, where memorably, Taylor claims that Milo wrote the song for her.

“My Own Worst Enemy” by Lit: Another great rock song that appears in The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 is this song by Lit, performed by Taylor’s boyfriend Milo. The song inspires Steven to rip off his shirt and body surf, but he fails miserably.

“driver’s license” by Olivia Rodrigo: In what is arguably the most memorable scene of the episode, Belly drives home crying from Steven’s graduation party to Olivia Rodrigo’s hit song off of her first album, “SOUR.”

“Industry Baby” by Lil Nas X: This Song Plays in Milo’s car and he and Taylor drive Steven home from the party, berating him for yelling at Belly in front of everybody.

“Last Kiss (Taylor’s Version” by Taylor Swift: One of the latest songs off Taylor Swift’s latest rereleased album, “Last Kiss,” plays in The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 when Belly is in bed thinking about Susannah and decides to call Jeremiah.

“Save Your Tears” by The Weeknd: This pop classic from The Weeknd plays during the credits of The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 2, “Love Scene”

“Steal My Girl” by One Direction: As Belly packs and a bag and sneaks out of her house to meet Conrad for their whirlwind trip to The Summer I Turned Pretty’s Cousins Beach during Christmas break, this romantic One Direction song plays.

“Coffee Breath” by Sofia Mills: This is the song that subtly plays when Belly awkwardly turns on Jeremiah’s car radio, uncomfortable with the tense silence between them.

“Hey Stephen” by Taylor Swift: When Belly gets a call from her brother Steven while she’s driving with Jeremiah to Cousins, her ringtone is Taylor Swift’s soft, “Hey Stephen.”

“Ode to a Conversation Stuck in Your Throat” by Del Water Gap: With Jeremiah and Belly finally warming up to each other, this song plays as they joke around with each other and Jeremiah tells Belly they can go get pie from Rosie’s.

“deja vu” by Olivia Rodrigo: Yet another Olivia Rodrigo song appears in The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 when Belly has a flashback of her and Conrad driving into Cousins the winter before.

“invisible string” by Taylor Swift: Taylor Swift also makes another appearance on The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 soundtrack when Belly and Conrad run out into the snow to dance on the snowy beach in Cousins.

“Kissing You” by Des’ree: This emotional song plays as Belly and Conrad sleep together for the first time in the past, and in the present, Jeremiah finally finds Conrad in the beach house. It also plays during the credits.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 3, “Love Sick”

“IN MY BAG” by Warren Hue: As Laurel prepares to leave for her book event and Steven decides to follow Belly to Cousins, along with Taylor, this song plays throughout.

“Bunny Is A Rider” by Caroline Polachek: On their way to convince Aunt Julia to not sell the house in Cousins, Belly and Jeremiah listen to this song on the radio.

“Mayonaise” by The Smashing Pumpkins: The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 brings yet another rock hit during Belly’s prom when she and Conrad begin a tentative slow dance that escalates into how Belly and Conrad broke up.

“Pink + White” by Remi Wolf: This groovy song by Remi Wolf is what plays on the car radio as Steven and Taylor drive to Cousins, fighting about Steven’s dislike of Taylor’s boyfriend.

“Where Oh Where Can My Baby Be” Or “Last Kiss” by J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers: Though this song was also sang by Pearl Jam under the name “Last Kiss,” it was first conceived in the late 80s and appears in The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2 when Conrad sings it at his mom’s funeral.

“Silver Springs” by Fleetwood Mac: This touching tune plays during the reception that occurs after Susannah’s funeral and continues through Belly and Conrad’s blowout fight.

“Circles” by Mac Miller: The iconic song by the late Mac Miller, “Circles,” plays during a heart-to-heart between Conrad and Jeremiah after a disheartening conversation with their father means they might have to give up the house in Cousins.

“Sometimes” by Juice WRLD: After Conrad begins having an unexplained panic attack on the beach at Cousins, this rap song plays to usher in the end credits of the episode.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 4, “Love Game”

“Dont Take The Money” by Bleachers: As Belly, Conrad, Jeremiah, Steven, Taylor, and Skye arrive at the Cousins boardwalk, this happy pop song plays.

“edamame” by bbno$ (feat. Rich Brian): Setting the fun yet intense focus of the scene, this song plays as the group enters the arcade and begins a highly competitive game of laser tag.

“Players” by Coi Leray: This song plays when Steven and Taylor compete in a rock climbing course, which Steven ultimately wins. The Summer I Turned Pretty season 1’s Cam also makes an appearance.

“Never Really Over” by Katy Perry: When Belly and Conrad play the “Shoot Your Shot” basketball game, this Katy Perry tune plays, emphasizing the importance of the game for their relationship.

“Sweet Nothing” by Taylor Swift: After Belly wins at “Shoot Your Shot,” she has a flashback to when Conrad won her Junior Mint polar bear stuffed animal when they were 13. This romantic song shows the significance this moment had on Belly.

“Side to Side” [Slushii Remix] by Ariana Granda (feat. Nicki Minaj): This song is what Skye and Jeremiah dance to during their “Dance Dance” competition wherein The Summer I Turned Pretty’s Skye completely defeats they’re cousin.

“The Distance” by CAKE: During the final round of the game competition, The Summer I Turned Pretty cast races go-carts and this upbeat, funky tune plays.

“Sweet Child O’ Mine” by Guns N’ Roses: A classic rock anthem, Guns N’ Roses’ hit plays as Belly and Jeremiah face the “Tower of Terror” ride.

“Cola” by CamelPhat & Elderbrook: This song plays as Conrad and Steven return to the beach house and Steven tells Conrad that him and Belly seemed to have a strong connection during their day together.

“Go Home” by Angel Olsen: Acting as both the final song of The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2, episode 4 and the credits soundtrack, this song plays when the group returns home to find that Aunt Julia has gotten rid of everything in the Cousins beach house.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 5, “Love Fool”

“Goodbye” by Cage the Elephant: Picking up where the previous episode left off, this song plays as the Cousins crew sees that Julia has removed everything from the house. Jeremiah goes up to Susannah’s room and becomes emotional to see it empty.

“GOODBYE” by BROCKHAMPTON: As Jeremiah leads the group to the country club, hoping they can stay there for the night with his key card from last summer, this upbeat tune plays.

“Nikes” by Frank Ocean: During a particularly romantic moment wherein Jeremiah and Belly drink from a soda with two Twizzler straws, this song plays to set the mood.

“Moon River” by Frank Ocean: In the ballroom, Steven convinces Taylor that she would have loved the deb ball and invites her to dance with him to this alternate version of a classic romantic song.

“Do You Like Me” by Daniel Ceasar: This is the second song Steven and Taylor slow dance to and is playing as Conrad and Jeremiah walk into the ballroom to find them.

“Homesick” by HUNNY: The Cousins crew decides to leave their makeshift camp in the country club and take the fun out to the golf course where this song plays as the boys hijack a golf cart.

“Heaven” by Niall Horan: After Skye dares Belly to kiss Jeremiah, he has a flashback to when he first realized he had feelings for Belly in The Summer I Turned Pretty season 1, and this Niall Horan song plays.

“Die For You” by Joji: As Jeremiah and Belly share a tender moment, and Jeremiah considers that perhaps he could be the Fisher brother who Belly really ends up with, this soft, romance song plays.

“I Can’t Go Back To The Way It Was (Intro)” by The Kid LAROI: This song plays at the end of the episode when the Cousins crew returns to the house only to find that Aunt Julia accepted an offer on the house.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 6, “Love Fest”

“It’s Christmas” by Carl Coccomo: In a flashback between Susannah and Aunt Julia during the infamous Christmas that went wrong, wherein Julia reveals some of her reasons for disliking her family, this song is playing in the background.

“Delicate” by Taylor Swift: This iconic Taylor Swift song plays when Belly pushes Jeremiah into the pool, and they share a romantic swim together that almost ends with a kiss.

“Tonight” by Phoenix (feat. Ezra Koenig): As Conrad, Jeremiah, and Belly attempt to buy alcohol for the final Counsins house party despite being underage, this bopping song plays.

“Oh Boy” by Cam’Ron: After Belly successfully convinces Jumper to let them buy alcohol, this song plays to show off her incredible success.

“Doin Time” by Sublime: The start of the last party at the Cousins beach house begins with this groovy song that perfectly accents the party’s 60’s theme.

“New Gold” by Gorillaz (feat. Tame Impala and Bootie Brown): This song plays as Skye and Cam man the DJ station and Taylor’s boyfriend, Milo, appears asking for Taylor. Skye lets it slip that Taylor is likely wherever Steven is.

“Easy On Them Turns” by Baird: Skye and Cam go to find Taylor to no avail. The two chat about Cam not taking enough risks and then Skye asks if they can kiss Cam. The two kiss for the first time.

“Party in the U.S.A.” by Miley Cyrus: At the party, Steven queues up this unforgettable 2000s hit and him and Taylor complete an amazing choreographed dance routine. The end of the dance sees Steven admitting that he has feelings for Taylor.

“Treat Me” by Chlöe: Jeremiah and Belly sit on a couch together talking about the past, but the conversation quickly turns flirtatious and into an almost-kiss as this song plays.

“All The Small Things” by Blink-182: DJ Jumper throws on this song as Steven and Milo begin fist fighting in the middle of the party for Taylor’s honor.

“BILLIE EILISH” by Armani White: Following Taylor’s breaking up with Milo, this song comes on, and plays in the background as Skye reveals that they could rent from the buyers of the Cousins beach house, which devolves into a fight between Jeremiah and Conrad.

“Boys Don’t Cry” by Anitta: As the party gets out of hand, Belly becomes distressed and decides to drink more alcohol to curb her feelings about the Fisher brothers and the house being sold.

“Snow On The Beach” by Taylor Swift (feat. Lana Del Ray): This song plays as Taylor chooses Steven, and they share a kiss. Meanwhile, Belly crumbles, drunk and upset with how everything at the Cousins house is falling apart.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 7, “Love Affair”

“Prototype” by Outkast: When Taylor leaves the Cousins house in Steven’s car this song is playing on the radio as Steven kisses her goodbye and reminds her to fill the gas tank.

“Mended” by Vera Blue: The morning after the party in The Summer I Turned Pretty season 2, episode 6, Conrad tells Belly she was right and apologizes for breaking up with her so abruptly and hurting her.

“Want It Bad” by Kid Cudi, Nigo: This song plays when Belly, Conrad, Jeremiah, and Steven participate in an all-night study session to help Conrad pass his bio final at Brown.

“Last Nite” by The Strokes: Belly puts this song on to start a dance party, motivating the boys to stay awake and keep studying. Conrad notes that Susannah loved this song.

“Summer’s End” by Phoebe Bridgers: This melancholic cover by Phoebe Bridgers plays as Laurel thinks about Beck, reminiscing on their final times together.

“O.K., Meet Me Underwater” by Jay Som: Before leaving for Brown, Conrad, Jeremiah, and Steven throw Belly into the pool for one last “belly flop.”

“Free Fallin'” by Tom Petty: Belly plays this song in Jeremiah’s car as they travel to Brown. She plays it to lighten the mood and she succeeds.

“Dream About You” by Bien et Toi (ft. Halima): During Conrad’s final, Jeremiah shows Belly around Finch, and this song plays as they spend time together and have flirtatious fun.

“Tiebreaker” by The Head and The Heart: This song plays when Belly and Jeremiah finally kiss. Belly admits that she wants a real relationship and she wants it with him. The two kiss passionately until Conrad finds them.

The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2, Episode 8, “Love Triangle”

“Found Out About You” by Gin Blossoms: This happy tune plays as Conrad leaves his biology final, confident in his performance and ready to repair things with Belly, until he finds her and Jeremiah kissing.

“Happy Together” by Floor Cry: As Jeremiah, Conrad, and Belly drive home, Conrad raises the tensions by asking about Jeremiah and Belly’s new relationship.

“Hold My Head” by Kenny Beats: Steven returns home and finds Taylor having dinner with friends. He brings her flowers and their romance sees some awkward moments as this song plays.

“Ordinary Pleasure” by Toro y Moi: Steven and Taylor debate over whether Jeremiah or Conrad should be with Belly. Steven is rooting for Conrad, while Taylor hopes Belly chooses Jeremiah.

“I Can’t Help But Feel” by Surfaces: When Laurel walks into the writers meet-up, this song plays.

“How To Disappear” by Lana Del Rey: This song plays as Belly struggles to fall asleep with Conrad and Jeremiah sleeping on either side of her bed.

“Bigger Than the Whole Sky” by Taylor Swift: During Belly’s last visit with Susannah before her death, Susannah asks her to look out for Conrad and reassures her that everything will work out between her, Conrad, and Jeremiah.

“Nobody Sees Me Like You Do” by Japanese Breakfast: Belly wakes up and prepares for the day, knowing she must choose Jeremiah or Conrad, and worries that Jeremiah has left altogether.

“XO” by Beyonce: This upbeat song plays as Belly chooses Jeremiah and they passionately kiss.

“exile” by Taylor Swift (feat. bon iver): When Belly officially lets her feelings for Conrad go, he returns her infinity sign necklace

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