The Bridgerton Music by Episode: Listen to All the Pop Covers From Bridgerton Season 2

“We wanted to find that bittersweet emotion of actually making [it feel] like if you’re being left by somebody, not trying to act like you’re strong and ‘I’m gonna move on, and I’m too good for you,’ that kind of crap,” says producer Patrik Berger, who worked with Robyn for the original song. The Vitamin String Quartet cover pulls all that emotion to the forefront.

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Episode 5

“You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette

Duomo, the composer team behind last season’s “Wildest Dreams” cover, takes on this angsty ’90s classic. It plays the morning after Anthony reveals his real desires for Kate. (“You are the bane of my existence. And the object of all my desires. Night and day, I dream of you.”) She embarks on a hot girl horseback ride, while he cools off in a bathtub. Just the vibe for a song with lyrics like, “And every time you speak her name / Does she know how you told me / You’d hold me until you died.” 

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Episode 6

“Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham” from Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham

The title track from 2001 Bollywood blockbuster Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, or K3G, plays as Kate and her stepmother prepare Edwina for her wedding to Anthony. Bowers’ cover of the Indian track is well suited for the Hindu wedding rituals displayed on screen.

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“Sign of the Times” by Harry Styles

A big song for a big moment–this Steve Horner cover plays at Edwina and Anthony’s (doomed) wedding. “It’s really a dazzling arrangement,” says Kamps. “Harry Styles’ original song immediately hooked me. Hearing the way we use it in the show, that moment went through a lot of permutations, and I’m happy they landed on this one. It ended up being a perfect song for the moment that it is in.”

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“What About Us” by Pink

After Edwina leaves Anthony at the altar, the rest of the ton are left to reflect on their own relationships as this Duomo cover plays. Eloise sneaks off to see Theo at his shop, the Queen sits by her husband’s beside, and Kate and Anthony meet up in the chapel to ask, well, “What about us?” 

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Episode 7

“How Deep Is Your Love” by Calvin Harris & Disciples

Last season the big sex montage was set to Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams.” For Bridgerton season two, the team picked one by…her ex-boyfriend? OK! This cover comes courtesy of Kiris Houston.

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Episode 8

“Wrecking Ball” by Miley Cyrus

Anthony and Kate dance so erotically together that even the Queen has no choice but to stan. Midnite String Quartet is responsible for this cover. 

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