Among its many charming qualities is its soundtrack full of righteous jams and bops from all kinds of music eras and genres. Whether it has fitting lyrics, catchy beats, or exquisitely captures the emotions brought to life on screen, the musical choices are impeccable, adding a whole other layer of nuance to the show. While history plays a tonal part, the series is thoroughly modern and forward-thinking. The balance they have achieved here is exemplary. Here, in no particular order, are 15 memorable music moments from Sex Education Seasons 1 and 2.
Sex Education soundtrack: All the music and songs featured in the hit Netflix show
15 Memorable Music Moments from ‘Sex Education’ Seasons 1 and 2 | Tell-Tale TV
Skip navigation! Story from Best of Netflix. It might seem tired to use the Divinyls' masturbation anthem "Touch Myself" for a scene of yes, you guessed it, Otis Asa Butterfield touching himself. But, the Sex Education season 2 soundtrack is wired because it found a way to switch the track and make it something truly iconic. That's why every song on the new season of Netflix's Sex Education will get you in the mood. To do what, you ask? Well, anything your little heart desires.
Skip navigation! Story from Music. An unauthorized sex therapy clinic secretly run by British teenagers within the walls of their strangely American secondary school needs a good soundtrack.
The series immediately skyrocketed to immense popularity and has been praised by critics. Its second season has been lauded as empowering, with the focus shifting a little more to its female characters. The series often utilizes its 80s-influenced music to add to its comic effect and anachronisms, but also to empower viewers. The official soundtrack features music by Ezra Furman, who wrote many of the songs specifically for the show.