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November 2019
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Graham Coxon's soundtrack for season two of The End of the F***ing World is coming later this week

Track 'She Knows' is online now.
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Published: 8:49 pm, November 04, 2019
Graham Coxon's soundtrack for season two of The End of the F***ing World is coming later this week

Tomorrow (Tuesday, 5th November) marks the release of The End of the F***ing World season two, and with it, Graham Coxon's soundtrack.

You can't hear it sans the Channel 4/Netflix show just yet though, it'll be available to stream and download from 8th November. In the meantime, teaser track 'She Knows' is online now.

The 20-track album was written, composed and performed by Coxon and recorded in his home studio during the summer of 2019.

The full tracklisting reads:

Down To The Sea
Dining Room Stand-Off
Madder Than Me
Mash Potato
A Better Beginning
Bonjour, Monsieur
Bonnie The Kid
Hat
Beautiful Bad
I’ll Race You Home
Layby Eyes
This Time Tomorrow
She Knows
Something Sweet
Wedding March
Fly Away
Threw It Away
Why Are You Crying?
Meaner Than The Sea
Vale 

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