All the Songs Featured in 'Umbrella Academy' Season 2

The Umbrella Academy Season 2 is streaming on Netflix now, and the new season has as many surprising soundtrack selections as the first set of episodes. Though the show is based on a comic book by My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way, the songs in the show are very different from the type of music he makes, with a lot of hits from the 1950s and 1960s included. Alongside those songs, however, are some very strange covers of more modern songs, like a pop-punk cover of Billie Eilish's "Bad Guy" and a Swedish cover of Adele's "Hello."

All the songs in The Umbrella Academy Season 2 soundtrack

Episode 1, "Right Back Where We Started"

  • Bobby Darin - "Beyond the Sea": Klaus arrives in 1960.
  • Maxine Nightingale - "Right Back Where We Started": Allison, Luther, Diego, Vanya and Number Five arrive in the 1960s.
  • Frank Sinatra - "My Way": The Umbrella Academy fights in the lead-up to the (second) apocalypse.
  • Richard Myhill - "You Must Be An Angel": Diego and Lila do arts and crafts.
  • Fran Powers - "Trying": The Coopers have dinner.
  • Jeremiah Burnham - "Forever and a Day": Klaus and Ben go driving.
  • Glenn Snow - "I Wonder What the Future Holds For Me": Klaus enters the bar with Ben.
  • DJ Shadow feat. De La Soul - "Rocket Fuel": Luther fights in a match.
  • Fern Jones - "Be Thankful You're You": Vanya smokes in the barn with Sissy.
  • Daniela Andrade - "Crazy": Diego wakes up in the asylum.
  • Mel Tormé - "Comin' Home Baby": Diego escapes the asylum with Lila.
  • Jim Boyd - "You Only Want Me When You're Lonely" - Luther and Five meet.
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'The Umbrella Academy' Season 2 has a soundtrack that branches the decades. Courtesy of Netflix

Episode 2, "The Frankel Footage"

  • Perry Como - "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo (The Magic Song)" - Opening.
  • Stuart Crombie - "Jive Me Baby": Luther sees Vanya.
  • The Genies - "Who's That Knockin'": Diego and Luna go to the Dallas Book Depository.
  • The Spencer Davis Group - "I'm A Man": Diego fights.

Episode 3, "The Swedish Job"

  • Bill Martin and Phil Coulter - "I Gotta Get the World Off My Back": Opening.
  • Boney M - "Sunny": Klaus emerges as a cult leader.
  • Mack & Gwen with the Country Playboys - "I Don't Care What They Say About You": Vanya goes driving.
  • Joe Tex - "I'll Never Do You Wrong": Luther visits Allison.
  • The Stranglers - "Golden Brown": The true identity of Lila is revealed.

Episode 4, "The Majestic 12"

  • Marty Robbins - "Love is Blue": Opening.
  • Helen Wilson - "Have You Ever Been Hurt": Luther eats barbeque food.
  • Styx - "Renegade": Klaus buys liquor.
  • Chilo Escobedo - "Mirage": Diego and Lila go to Reginald Hargreeves' party.
  • Audio Network - "Mariachi Tipico": Five gets a glass of champagne.
  • Mariachi la Estrella - "La Costilla": Lila and Diego dance.
  • Marva Whitney - "Unwind Yourself": Luther and Elliott talk.
  • Kiss - "I Was Made For Lovin' You" - Diego, Lila, and Five battle the Swedish assassins.

Episode 5, "Valhalla"

  • Peter Schilling - "Major Tom - Coming Home": Opening.
  • John Stokes - "Love in the City": Vanya and Sissy lie in bed.
  • Four Holidays - "He Can't Love You": Luther visits his father's house.
  • Andrea and Ervin Litkei - "Hey Da Da": Allison, Klaud, and Vanya meet in the salon.
  • The Interrupters - "Bad Guy": Five and Lila fight.
  • Sam Cooke - "Twistin' the Night Away": Klaus, Vanya, and Allison dance.
  • Joe Hunter and Four Holidays - "He Can't Love You" - Luther visits his father again.
  • My Kullsvik - "Hello": The Swedish assassin funeral.

Episode 6, "A Light Supper"

  • Aretha Franklin - "Won't Be Long": Plays in the hair salon.
  • Jack Huddle - "An Old Fashioned Christmas": Allison closes the salon.
  • Sam & Dave - "Hold On, I'm Comin'": Ray and Allison go shopping for suits.
  • Bob Cox - "I Live Alone": The Handler and Lila play bingo.
  • Public Image Ltd. - "The Order of Death": The Umbrella Academy has dinner with their father.
  • The Dead South - "In Hell I'll Be in Good Company": Elliott is found by Luther and Diego.

Episode 7, "Öga for Öga"

  • Petra Bechfelberger - "Pfiffikus Polka": Opening.
  • Tony Joe White - "Polk Salad Annie": Five tries to get something out of the vending machine.
  • Zoe Muth - "Give Me a Reason to Stay": Sissy listens to the radio.
  • Baio - "Sister of Pearl": Ben possesses Klaus.
  • Backstreet Boys - "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)": Allison battles the Swedish assassins.

Episode 8, "The Seven Stages"

  • Butthole Surfers - "Pepper": Vanya is tortured.
  • Buzz Buddies - "Old Pal's Jigs": Luther and Five talk in the bar.
  • Austin Ince and Frankie Hepburn - "Paddy's Leather Breeches": Old Five returns from the restroom.

Episode 9, "743"

  • Generation X - "Dancing with Myself": Old and young Five fight.
  • Hilary Hahn - "Bach's Violin Partita No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004: V. Ciaccona": Ben searches for Vanya.
  • Gerard Way and Judith Hill - "Here Comes the End": The Handler makes a call.

Episode 10, "The End of Something"

  • Parra for Cuva feat. Anna Naklab - "Wicked Game": Plays at the end as the Hargreeves leave the '60s.

The Umbrella Academy Season 2 is streaming now on Netflix.