Prime Video's Daisy Jones & The Six continues to drum up excitement this week, as the third batch of episodes is released on the streaming platform. Not only that, though, the series is accompanied by a brand new soundtrack, Aurora.


The new episodes of the Taylor Jenkins Reid TV series adaptation landed on Prime Video on Friday 17th March and now, avid fans and listeners have the official soundtrack, as well as EPs for each episode to stream.

In total, 24 original songs have been written exclusively for the series and recorded by the cast, which is led by Riley Keough as Daisy Jones and Sam Claflin as Billy Dunne. As each cluster of episodes are released, so too are their EPs of original music on Apple music and Spotify, meaning you can listen to The Dunne Brothers' and Simone's songs (as well as others) that are played in the show.

On the announcement of Aurora, Reid said in a statement: "We finally have Aurora. A stunning, nostalgic, timeless album that captures the drama, pathos, and yearning of the band’s zenith and nadir all in one. A snapshot of time, intoxicating and dangerous. That delicious moment that you know can’t last… Daisy Jones & The Six are real. And they are better than my wildest dreams."

The original music is released by Atlantic Records during the rollout of the series, with the musical drama also home to some pretty iconic tracks of the era, those of which are listed below. Read on for everything you need to know about the soundtrack and featured songs in Daisy Jones & The Six.

Daisy Jones & The Six official soundtrack

Fans are now able to listen to Daisy Jones & The Six as if they are a real-life band with an accompanying album ready for fans to stream now. The series chronicles the highs and lows of the band, as they went from obscurity to sky-rocketing fame in a flash after the release of their defining album, Aurora.

In the series, Aurora is the first (and only) album that The Six worked on after Daisy Jones joins the band and it's a standout success, leading to stadium tours and a new way of life for them all. Aurora has now been landed as a day-early release and features lead singles 'Regret Me' and 'Look At Us Now (Honeycomb)'.

The full tracklist for Aurora is as follows:

  1. Aurora
  2. Let Me Down Easy
  3. Kill You to Try
  4. Two Against Three
  5. Look at Us Now (Honeycomb)
  6. Regret Me
  7. You Were Gone
  8. More Fun to Miss
  9. Please
  10. The River
  11. No Words

Aurora features contributions from Phoebe Bridgers, Jackson Browne, Marcus Mumford and more. The lead producer and songwriter for the album was Blake Mills, who has previously worked with Fiona Apple, Sky Ferreira, Laura Marling and many others.

Discussing the production of Aurora, Mills said: “Creating the library of music for Daisy Jones & The Six was an experience I’ll never forget. I am grateful that, among other things, it afforded me an opportunity to collaborate with so many of my peers, and also some of my heroes.”

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Scott Neustadter, co-writer and executive producer, also shared in a statement: "Aurora represents the pinnacle of a short-lived recording career. It also serves as proof – for both the fictional band and the real one who dreamed this up together – that pouring your heart and soul into something you believe in can have a profound effect on the rest of your life."

Daisy Jones & The Six soundtrack: Every song in the Prime Video series

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The following songs feature in the series and are listed in the order they can be heard in.

Episode 1 – Come and Get It

  • Going’ Back - The Byrds
  • 3/5 Of A Mile in 10 Seconds - Jefferson Airplane
  • Bang a Gong (Get it on) - T Rex
  • Have Love, Will Travel - The Sonics
  • Different Drum - The Stone Poneys
  • Goin’ Back - Carole King
  • I Feel The Earth Move - Carole King

Episode 2 – I’ll Take You There

  • Trouble No More - The Allman Brothers Band
  • Son of a Preacher Man - Dusty Springfield
  • Ertha - Why Not Me

Episode 3 – Someone Saved My Life Tonight

  • Will It Go Round in Circles - Billy Preston
  • One Happy Christmas - Tammy Wynette

Episode 4 – I Saw The Light

  • Look At Us Now (Honeycomb) - Daisy Jones & The Six
  • Satellite of Love - Lou Reed
  • Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith
  • Ooh La La - Rod Stewart

Episode 5 – Fire

  • Love Is The Drug - Roxy Music
  • Iko Iko - The Dixie cups
  • In My Room - The Beach Boys
  • Too Late To Turn Back Now - Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose
  • I Write The Songs - Barry Manilow
  • Let Me Down Easy - Daisy Jones & The Six
  • After Eight - NEU!

Episode 6 – Whatever Gets You Thru The Night

  • Come On, Come Over - Jaco Pastorius
  • The Animals Speak - Aganaze Jones
  • The River - Daisy Jones & The Six
  • Don’t Stop It Now - Hot Chocolate
  • Aurora - Daisy Jones & The Six
  • Crazy On You - Heart
  • Quicksand - Pates

Episode 7 – She’s Gone

  • Carry On - Jean Knight
  • Honey Bee - Gloria Gaynor
  • Chouchou - Les Terribles
  • Città vuota - Mina
  • Mirza - Nino Ferrer
  • Regret Me - Daisy Jones & The Six

Episode 8 – Looks Like We Made It

  • Ballroom Blitz - Sweet
  • More Than A Feeling - Boston
  • Hollywood Swinging - Kool & The Gang
  • In The City - The Jam
  • Let Your Love Flow - The Bellamy Brothers

What is the Daisy Jones & The Six theme song?

Most interestingly, the series doesn't include a Daisy Jones & The Six original song for the title sequence. Instead, Patti Smith's Dancing Barefoot is a nod to the iconic songs that punctuated the '70s and is played at the start of every episode.

Listen to the song below.

Episodes 1-8 of Daisy Jones & The Six are available to stream on Prime Video now, with new episodes landing every Friday in March. Try Amazon Prime Video for free for 30 days.

Taylor Jenkins Reid's original book Daisy Jones & The Six is also available now.

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