The Ginny & Georgia soundtrack—all the songs you need on your playlist

Here's every single tune on the Ginny & Georgia soundtrack. You're welcome!

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Ginny & Georgia has been a huge hit on Netflix and the incredible soundtrack keeps fans coming back for more. The characters in the show self-proclaim that they are "the Gilmore Girls but with bigger boobs." 

If you haven't seen it yet, that should be all you need to convince you to go and binge-watch it. Fans are already begging for Ginny & Georgia season 2 and hopefully with the success of the show so far, it won't be long till we have one!

The show follows the complicated dynamics of mom Georgia and daughter Ginny. Georgia had Ginny when she was 15-years-old—the age Ginny is now—and as a result, Ginny often feels more mature than her thirty-year-old mother. The show explores their relationship as well as Ginny coming to grips with moving, making new friends, and dating for the first time. 

Ginny & Georgia is full of pop culture references and, like all good shows, it promises friendship, fun, drama, and also a dark side to the story: a secret that could threaten their entire family. It's compelling stuff, made even more exciting by the expertly curated soundtrack.

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Each episode of Ginny & Georgia treats us to nearly every genre under the sun, from angsty teen anthems to old-school power ballads, each tune perfectly timed to mirror the characters' thoughts, feelings, and personalities. Your ears will be blessed by songs from the likes of Britney Spears, TikTok favorite Doja Cat and reggae favorite Shaggy.

The soundtrack is something viewers of the show have picked up on, and are still loving over a month on from the show's debut. Many fans have been tweeting about just how perfect it is and others admitting the show has put them onto some new music. 

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Trust us, you'll want every song from the soundtrack ready for road trips, BBQs, and the summery days ahead. Now Netflix has created an official playlist on Spotify, where you can find all your favorites with ease.

Read on for a list of each song you can hear playing in episodes one through 10 to add to your playlist. But, warning: potential spoilers beyond this point!

The Ginny & Georgia soundtrack

Episode 1 "Pilot"

Georgia moves her family, Ginny, and Austin to Wellsbury, Massachusetts after the death of her husband in a car accident. We’re treated to angsty teen punk music, alternative music, and even an old-school Roy Orbison hit in this episode.

  • "Come Through" by The Regrettes 
  • "It Wasn't Me" by Shaggy
  • "Down Down" by LAIKIPIA featuring THURZ "Baby Luv" by Nilüfer Yanya
  • "CountryTime" by Blanco Brown"Your Lovin'" by Whaleskin 
  • "The Start - Remix" by Logan Richard, Lonely Kid
  • "Something Wonderful" by Keys N Krates
  • "Oh, Pretty Woman" by Roy Orbison  
  • "Sleep Alone" by Max Styler featuring Ella Boh 
  • "Trampoline" by SHAED & ZAYNist

Episode 2: "It's a Face Not a Mask" 

In episode two, Ginny struggles to fit in with her new friends and deals with the aftermath of a night spent with hot neighbor Marcus. 

  • "Malibu Barbie" by Miya Folick
  • "The Start" by Logan Richard
  • "Sweet Sunshine" by Paul Otten
  • "Feel Good" by Nafets featuring District Sound Lab 
  • "Daddy" by So Loki
  • "You And Me" by Penny & The Quarters
  • "Go to Town" by Doja Cat
  • "America's Sweetheart" by Elle King 
  • "Problems" by DeathbyRomylist

 Episode 3: "Next Level Rich People Sh*t" 

The episode of the sophomore sleepover, in which the friends open up and Ginny gets closer to Marcus and Hunter.

  • "Honeypie" by JAWNY 
  • "Young" by GIRLI 
  • "Win" by Nasty Cherry 
  • "Dior" by Halleluwah
  • "Leaning On Myself" by Anna Of The North
  • "Self Aware B*tch" by Anna Sofia 
  • "Class President" by Dai Burger
  • "Falling For You" by Kaii Dreams 
  • "All The Rage" by Allie X
  • "Cupid Shuffle" by Cupid 
  • "Venus" by Twist
  • "Coo Coo" by Weaves
  • "Something Wonderful" by Keys N Krates 
  • "Sometimes People Suck" by Ashe 

Episode 4: "Lydia Bennet is Hundo a Feminist" 

Max obsesses over a new love interest and Georgia has to plan a fundraiser, while Ginny feels insecure about Hunter. This episode is filled with apt songs, all very "coming of age" angsty.  

  • "S.L.U.T." by Bea Miller
  • "Adderall Brains" by 3SB
  • "Ticking Bomb" by Paul Otten
  • "Coconut Water" by Milk & Bone 
  • "Cool Girl" by Tove Lo
  • "Alley Oop '66" by The New Hollywood Argyles
  • "Dancing With Your Ghost" by Tanika Charles
  • "Talk About This" by James Hutchinson & Adele Roberts
  • "Donna Dee" by Lord Luther
  • "Like the Others Do" by Shahrae 
  • "Ginny's Song" by 3SB
  • "Fight For Me" by Danny Farrant and David John
  • "Give A Little" by Featurette 
  • "Win" by Nasty Cherry 

Episode 5: "Boo, B*tch" 

Ginny is having an identity crisis—she’s becoming more popular but it’s really not helping.  

  • "Ginny's Song" by 3SB
  • "Living Outside" by LAKIPIA
  • "Gimme More" by Britney Spears
  • "Hula Hoop" by Denis De'ion
  • "Nobody Does It Better" by DIRTY RADIO
  • "Dummies" by JDP featuring Sureknock Jones
  • "Bonfire" by NineOneOne

 Episode 6: "I'm Triggered" 

There are visitors that cause a lot of issues, and Georgia’s past begins to creep up.  

  • "W D Y C M" by Jaunt
  • "Water" by Brave Moon
  • "QT" by Saya
  • "Luv Me, Luv Me" by Shaggy featuring Samantha Cole
  • "Savage (Nightcore Remix)" by Bahari
  • "Past Lives" by BØRNS

Episode 7: "Happy Sweet Sixteen, Jerk" 

It’s Ginny’s sixteenth birthday. Georgia plans a surprise party but it all goes array. Don't worry, we won’t spoil this one for you (but the iconic Sk8er Boi can be heard in this ep!)

  • "That's Why We Dance" by Calliope Musicals
  • "Just Here with my Friends" by The Darcys featuring Leah Fay
  • "Gravity" by Ralph
  • "Sweet Sunshine" by Paul Otten
  • "Your Girl" by Harrison featuring Ralph
  • "Grrrl in the City" by Pins and Needles
  • "Love You Like a Love Song" by Selena Gomez & The Scene
  • "Sk8er Boi" by Avril Lavigne
  • "Daylight" by Ellem
  • "Kickin' On The Floor (QUEEN)" by CHAV
  • "Holy" by King Princess
  • "See What I Mean" by Beat Market
  • "We Made It" by Born Ruffians

Episode 8: "Check One, Check Other" 

Ginny is writing an essay for a prestigious contest, but it causes problems with Hunter. 

  • "Spice (Remix)" by Ravyn Lenae featuring Smino

Episode 9: "Feelings Are Hard"

This episode if full of love triangles—and all the best songs to go with them. 

  • "Panic Room" by AU/RA
  • "Secret For The Mad" by Dodie
  • "Carousel" by Jon Vinyl
  • "Lesson Learnt" by Aaron Taylor
  • "Stay A Little Longer" by Rukhsana Merrise
  • "Home" by Specific Coast
  • "That's Why We Dance" by Calliope Musicals
  • "No Sudden Moves" by Julia Nunes
  • "Bring Her Back" by Adia Victoria
  • "Alibi" by Empara Mi

Episode 10: "The Worst Betrayal Since Jordyn and Kylie" 

It's the big finale, and the title really says it all. 

  • "Outsider" by Shahrae
  • "Awkward" by Shahrae
  • "Thank You" by Diana Gordon
  • "Chaos Control" by Daktyl featuring Lily Kershaw
  • "Blood in the Water" by Empara Mi
Naomi Jamieson
Lifestyle News Writer

Naomi is a Lifestyle News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team and has recently earned her Gold Standard diploma in Journalism with the NCTJ. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on beauty, trends, fashion, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life. She also tests and reviews beauty and skincare products and tries out the latest TikTok hacks for My Imperfect Life.

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.