Spider-Man: Far From Home sends Peter Parker on a European vacation accompanied by an eclectic soundtrack of international pop songs and classic hits from the '70s and '80s. Teaming up with Nick Fury, Maria Hill, and a new character, Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio, Peter must save the world from the rampaging Elementals - powerful creatures comprised of earth, wind, water, and fire.
Just as was the case for Spider-Man: Homecoming, composer Michael Giacchino returns to pen the score for Far From Home. The score again features Giacchino's Spider-Man theme as well as new tracks, many of which come with titles that riff on already established songs - "Brad to the Drone" and "Magical Mysterio Tour", for example. Additionally, whenever Giacchino's score isn't providing the musical accompaniment to the film, Spider-Man: Far From Home's soundtrack features catchy tunes that highlight the film's international flavor.
If you're looking to relive the vacation, we're here to help. Here is every song on Spider-Man: Far From Home's soundtrack:
- I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston
- If You're Snappy And You Know It - Mick Giacchino
- Stella Stai - Umberto Tozzi
- Bongo Cha Cha Cha - Caterina Valente with Werner Müller and His Orchestra
- Amore Di Tabacco - Mina
- Slnko - Marcela Laiferová
- Snad jednou ti dám - The Matadors
- Deux Arabesques - Claude Debussy
- CRSD - Flipbois
- The Devil's Wall - Bedřcih Smetana
- Moravian Polka - Jaroslav Fuksa and Vladmir Pffefer
- Town Called Malice - The Jam
- EUROFLASH - Eugene Thompson
- Wat Mout Ik Met Zo'n Man - Jantina Noorman
- Back In Black - AC/DC
- I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend- Ramones
- Vacation - The Go Go's
- A Message To You, Rudy - The Specials
As the film begins and the Marvel Studios logo comes onscreen, the ballad "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston plays. The song continues to play over an in memoriam video honoring all the fallen Avengers. The video is created by Peter's fellow high school students for their morning announcements and it is both touching and hilarious. The next song listed in credits is "If You're Snappy And You Know It" by Giacchino, and though we're not positive when this plays, it must come before Peter leaves New York for his European vacation.
The song "Stella Stai" by Umberto Tozzi plays while they're on the plane to Venice. When Peter's luggage is being searched by airport security, "Bongo Cha Cha Cha" by Caterina Valente is heard. And as Peter and his classmates begin their Venetian vacation, "Amore Di Tabacco" by Mina plays. They don't stay in Venice long, however, and after another Elemental attack, Nick Fury hijack's Peter's class trip and brings them to Prague. On the bus there, "Slnko" by Marcela Laiferová plays, and once they arrive in Prague, we hear "Snad jednou ti dám" by The Matadors. As Peter and his classmates check in to their new, much fancier hotel, "Deux Arabesques" by Claude Debussy is being played on the piano.
From there, the music credits include "CRSD" by Flipbois, and though it's again unclear exactly when this song plays, this is now the second Flipbois song to feature in a Spider-Man movie; the first was "Maximum Effort" in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Next, Peter and his classmates attend an opera, "The Devil's Wall" by Bedřcih Smetana, during which Peter leaves for Spider-Man business, MJ follows after Peter, and Ned and Betty attend a carnival where "Moravian Polka" by Jaroslav Fuksa and Vladimir Pffefer can be heard. The carnival is attacked by an Elemental, but Mysterio defeats it. Afterwards, Mysterio and Spider-Man share a drink at a bar where the 80s tune, "Town Called Malice" by The Jam plays on the radio.
After the carnival attack, it's back to the hotel where the class trip is canceled and the students are all packing to return. For a brief moment when Flash opens his door, a techno song can be heard. This may be the track "EUROFLASH" by Eugene "Flash" Thompson. It's credited as being written by director Jon Watts so whatever the song is, it's unique to the film. Not long after, Peter confronts Mysterio, but during their fight, Peter is hit by a train and wakes up in the Netherlands where he hears the classic folk tune, "Wat Mout Ik Met Zo'n Man" by Jantina Noorman. Desperately in need of help, Peter calls Happy Hogan, who arrives in a Stark jet equipped with a lab that allows Peter to create a new Spider-Man suit. As he works, Happy puts on "Back in Black" by AC/DC.
Once the world is saved at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter and MJ make their new relationship official, holding hands as they walk through the airport to "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" by the Ramones. As Spider-Man: Far From Home's credits roll, "Vacation" by The Go Go's plays over them. The final song heard in Far From Home comes during the post-credits scene where it's revealed Nick Fury has himself been on a bit of a vacation. Talos the Skrull has been posing as the former SHIELD Director throughout the movie, a reveal that happens as he and his wife (disguised as Maria Hill) listen to "A Message To You, Rudy" by The Specials.