The Mr. Harrigan’s Phone soundtrack includes music by Black Lips, Tame Impala and Tammy Wynette. This info article contains spoilers for John Lee Hancock’s 2022 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Mr. Harrigan’s Phone stars Donald Sutherland as John Harrigan, a billionaire who worries about the consequences of phone technology. Jaeden Martell co-stars as Craig, a high school student who develops a friendship with the title character. The storyline follows Craig as he moves to Boston and investigates a series of paranormal events. Composer Javier Navarrete (Pan’s Labyrinth) scored the 106-minute Netflix film; music supervisor Linda Cohen (Licorice Pizza) selected the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Mr. Harrigan’s Phone, an adaptation of Stephen King’s 2020 novella.
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Mr. Harrigan’s Phone Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie
- “Veni Vidi Vici” by Black Lips (00:14:00): Craig narrates about his experiences with John. The Mr. Harrigan’s Phone soundtrack song scores an interior sequence. John sits in his study chair.
- “2080” by Yeasayer (00:23:00): Craig arrives at his high school. He stares at Kenny Yankovich (Cyrus Arnold). Craig sits across from Regina (Thalia Torio).
- “Stand by Your Man” by Tammy Wynette (00:31:00): John picks a new ringtone. Craig sets up a phone. The track plays as a musical motif throughout the film.
- “Sailing to Byzantium” by Liars (00:56:00): The Mr. Harrigan’s Phone soundtrack song accompanies a narration montage. Craig talks about his life after John’s death. Kenny gets in trouble for selling marijuana.
- “Bubbly” by Daniel Louis and Louie Schultz (00:57:00): The narration sequence continues. Craig talks about a school event. He dances with Regina.
- “Untitled #4 (Njósnavélin)” by Sigur Rós (01:15:00): Craig narrates about the Yankovic family. He wonders if John misses him. Craig receives a college acceptance letter.
- “Apocalypse Dreams” by Tame Impala (01:18:00): Craig leaves home for college. The Mr. Harrigan’s Phone soundtrack song plays during a road trip sequence. Craig arrives in Boston.
- “White Lightning” by George Jones (01:20:00): The track plays during a dorm room scene. Julian wonders how Craig listens to the music. “Stand by Your Man” plays next.
- “I’m Your Boogie Man” by KC & The Sunshine Band (01:28:00): Craig stands outside Harry O’s. A man pulls up in his vehicle. Craig learns that Deane Whitmore (Daniel Reece) committed suicide.
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The Mr. Harrigan’s Phone soundtrack also includes:
- “Blessed Assurance” by Fanny Crosby and Mrs. J.F. Knapp
- “Atlas” by Battles
- “Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior” by Fanny Crosby and William H. Doane
- “Cure Me” by Radiate
- “Turn My Swag On” by Soulja Boy Tell ‘ Em
- “Be Thou My Vision” by Traditional
Q.V. Hough (@QVHough) is Vague Visages’ founding editor.