2020s

Soundtracks of Cinema: ‘Do Revenge’

The Do Revenge soundtrack includes music by Olivia Rodrigo, Rosalía and Billie Eilish. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s 2022 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.

Do Revenge stars Camila Mendes as Drea, a Miami student who plots against her scheming ex-boyfriend. Maya Hawke co-stars as Eleanor, a mysterious teenager with unclear motivations. The storyline follows the main protagonists as they strategize against each other and various students. Composers Este Haim (Maid) and Amanda Yamate (Ubuntu) scored the 118-minute Netflix film; music supervisor Rob Lowry (The Lost City) handled the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Do Revenge.

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Do Revenge Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie

  • “For the Girls” by Hayley Kiyoko (00:00:00): The Do Revenge soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Drea narrates about her high school experience. She arrives at a party.
  • “Do You Know (What It Takes)” by Robyn (00:03:00): Drea narrates about her meticulously curated life. The music plays during a transition sequence. Drea gives a speech.
  • “Cybah” by Syd (00:06:00): Drea kisses Max (Austin Abrams). She looks at a photo during a transition scene. Drea records a nude video for Max.
  • “Brutal” by Olivia Rodrigo (00:10:00): Drea narrates about peaking in high school. The Do Revenge soundtrack song kicks in as the title graphics hits. Eleanor drives on a freeway.
  • “The Impression That I Get” by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones (00:13:00): Drea tells Eleanor that she doesn’t need her pity. The music accompanies a transition sequence. Erica (Sophie Turner) gets framed for cocaine possession.
  • “How’s It Going to Be” by Third Eye Blind (00:15:00): The music plays as Eleanor offers a ride to Drea. The music continues during a car scene. Eleanor says that she didn’t watch Drea’s leaked video.
  • “I Eat Boys” by Chloe Moriondo (00:18:00): The Do Revenge soundtrack song plays as Drea has lunch with Eleanor. They discuss a potential transfer. Drea says that Rosehill is her only path to Yale University.
  • “Milionària” by Rosalía (00:19:00): Gabbi (Talia Ryder) talks to Eleanor about a “Greta Thunberg brigade.” A group of students protest on the Rosehill campus. Gabbi officially introduces herself to Eleanor.
  • “Celebrity Skin” by Hole (00:29:00): Drea strategizes with Eleanor. They discuss their targets. The song continues as the characters enter Curio Faena Bazaar.
  • “Deceptacon” by Le Tigre (00:34:00): Eleanor narrates about getting a person’s attention. The Do Revenge soundtrack song continues as Elliot (Jonathan Daviss) says, “She is making that uniform work.” Max grins and walks away.
  • “Move” by TOBi (00:36:00): The music plays during a Miami cityscape visual. Eleanor about looking confident while sweating profusely. Eleanor meets with Max.
  • “So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings” by Caroline Polachek (00:39:00): Eleanor navigates a pool party. Gabbi reveals that she is Max’s sister. Eleanor declines an offer to watch a Jean-Luc Godard film.
  • “Easy Going” by Kacy Hill (00:43:00): The Do Revenge soundtrack song plays as Max hangs out with Eleanor. He smokes up by the beach. Max talks about his life.
  • “Dumb Dumb” by mazie (00:44:00): Drea looks at her phone. She receives a text message from Eleanor about Max. The music fades during a sequence at Rosehill Farm.
  • “How Bizarre (Orchestral Version)” by The Symphonic Pops (00:46:00): A Winter segment begins. The song scores a Senior Ring Ceremony scene. Eleanor greets her friends.
  • “Kids in America” by Maude Labour (00:50:00): The Do Revenge soundtrack song plays during a bathroom scene. Several female students trip out on mushrooms. Eleanor and Drea smile in a stall.
  • “Pretend” by Juliana Madrid (01:00:00): Drea hangs out with Russ (Rish Shah). They start a paint fight at a warehouse. Drea and Russ kiss.
  • “Flagpole Sitta” by Harvey Danger (01:04:00): The song scores a school scene. Max gives a speech. Students react to leaked information about Max.
  • “Silk Chiffon” by MUNA feat. Phoebe Bridgers (01:12:00): Gabbi visits the beach with Eleanor. The Do Revenge soundtrack song continues as the characters talk about a social calendar. Gabbi and Eleanor kiss.
  • “Bitter Bitch” by Helen (01:15:00): Drea looks at her phone. She sees Eleanor at a party. The music continues during a transition sequence.
  • “She’s All I Wanna Be” by Tate McRae (01:18:00): The song plays as Eleanor argues with Drea. She suggests that Max didn’t leak a nude video. Gabbi confronts Eleanor about her behavior.
  • “Shame Reactions” by Pom Pom Squad (01:24:00): The Do Revenge soundtrack song sets in as Drea talks about “Nosy Nora.” She recalls past conversations with Eleanor. Drea experiences an epiphany.
  • “Happier Than Ever” by Billie Eilish (01:34:00): Eleanor visits Drea in a hospital. She says, “I wish it could’ve been different.” Eleanor walks away.
  • “Dead to Me (SimonYouth Remix)” by Chloe Adams (01:38:00): Drea receives encouraging words from Tara (Alisha Boe). The song scores a transition sequence. A Spring segment begins.
  • “Praise You” by Fatboy Slim (01:38:00): The Do Revenge soundtrack song kicks in as Max navigates a party. He looks at himself on a large video screen. Max lashes out upon being exposed.
  • “Bitch” by Meredith Brooks (01:51:00): The Headmaster (Sarah Michelle Gellar) offers advice to Drea. The music picks up during a transition scene. Drea and Eleanor rock out in a vehicle as the film ends.
  • “Dreams” by The Cranberries (01:53:00): The song scores an end credits sequence.

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The Do Revenge soundtrack also includes:

  • “Blondes” by Blu DeTiger

Q.V. Hough (@QVHough) is Vague Visages’ founding editor.