The first track we hear proper after the season one recap is, surprisingly, not a 90s monitor in any respect. That doesn’t suggest it is any much less becoming, nonetheless. Sharon Van Etten’s 2019 single “Seventeen” performs over snowy landscapes and within the confined corners of the cabin the ill-fated Yellowjackets are nonetheless hiding out in. With lyrics like “I feel that you just’re all the identical/Constantly being led astray” and “I was free/I was seventeen,” this track is a superb indicator of each the impending rule of Lottie (Courtney Eaton and Simone Kessell) and the way the airplane crash upended the whole staff’s lives.
Moving again to precise tunes from the ’90s, “Drown” from Smashing Pumpkins performs as a pivotal revelation between Shauna (Sophie Nélisse and Melanie Lynskey) and the now-deceased Jackie (Ella Purnell) is proven. Given how the track is about lacking somebody that you will by no means be capable of see once more, its inclusion is each eerie and really effectively becoming.
Garbage’s “#1 Crush” additionally performs throughout a painful and steamy second between Shauna and Jeff with lyrics like “Violate all of the love that I’m lacking/Throw away all of the ache that I’m dwelling” serving as the proper subtext to their intimate alternate. Life is hard for the Sadeckis, y’all. Shortly after this second, Jeff is seen in his automobile rocking out to one of the vital memeable songs from the yr 2000, “Last Resort” by Papa Roach. The second is so wild, we even wrote a complete publish breaking it down.
The ’90s nostalgia ends with the episode’s closing tune, Tori Amos’ basic “Cornflake Girl.” It’s fairly presumably the proper tune to go along with the visible of Shauna … effectively, . As far as we’re involved, the entire Yellowjackets are raisin women.
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