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Labrinth Announces the 'Euphoria' Season 2 Score Will Be Available for Streaming on April 22 – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

Labrinth wrote “Elliot’s Song” and “I’m Tired” for Euphoria season 2, also releasing “Yeh, I F*****’ Did It” on most major music streaming platforms. Recently, the songwriter announced the season 2 official score would premiere, complete with fan requests and even vocals from Angus Cloud. 
As HBO’s youngest-skewing drama, Euphoria told the story of one high school student and her experience with mental illness and addiction. With other characters creeping into the spotlight, this original show quickly became a topic of conversation on social media.
In 2020, Labrinth snagged the Emmy Award for Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Original Dramatic Score). As of April 22, more Euphoria originals will be available for streaming on most major music platforms. 
Weeks after fans saw the season finale, Labrinth made an announcement regarding the season 2 original soundtrack. These new songs would officially debut on Spotify on April 22, with particular consideration for fan-favorite originals. (Listeners can also purchase “limited edition” box sets of this production.)
“This one is so much more than a score album to me,” Labrinth wrote in his Instagram post. “It’s an experience. Can’t wait for you all to hear it and go on the trip. I heard your requests loud and clear and included my version and Z’s version of I’m Tired. I have Angus doing vocals on a song. You’re getting Skeletons and all the others you wanted.”
Some tracks featured in Euphoria season 2 are already available on most major streaming platforms. That includes “Elliot’s Song” from the season 2 finale, featuring vocalists Dominic Fike and Zendaya
There’s also the version of “I’m Tired,” performed by Zendaya and Labrinth. Each track earned millions of streams, with fans sharing their support for the originals that often accompany new episodes of HBO’s show.
“I want to thank all of you for making this music come alive much more than I could ever imagine,” Labrinth continued. “You make the work I put into creating even more worth the love and the grind. This is a big part of how I make music now, all because of you.”
In 2019, Labrinth released Euphoria (Original Score From the HBO Series) on most major streaming platforms. That included instrumental favorites from the first season, including “Formula” and “Forever.”
One of the most popular songs included in this series appeared in the series finale. That was “All For Us,” with one version performed by Labrinth and another by Zendaya as her character Rue
Of course, it’ll be several months before fans get new episodes of this drama series. In the meantime, most episodes of Euphoria are available for streaming exclusively on HBO Max.
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