Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things’ soundtrack to be released

The synth-led score is by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of Austin band S U R V I V E

The soundtrack to Netflix show Stranger Things will be released, according to a post earlier today on the hit programme’s official Facebook page.

The message on the social media platform read: “Special message from Hawkins AV Club: The #‎StrangerThings Official Soundtrack is coming soon.” You can see the full post below.

The Stranger Things soundtrack is a synth-led score by Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein of Austin band S U R V I V E.


Stranger Things is the American supernatural science fiction horror series set in 1980s Indiana, written and directed by The Duffer Brothers and executive produced by Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen.

The Netflix series has been such a success that many are already calling for a second series, and earlier this week (July 26) creators Matt and Ross Duffer revealed the follow-up would be a sequel to the story of season one if it went ahead.

Speaking to Variety, Ross Duffer explained that there is still a lot of information from first season to share. He said: “There’s a lot there we don’t know or understand. Even with ‘The Upside Down,’ we have a 30-page document that is pretty intricate in terms of what it all means, where this monster actually came from, and why aren’t there more monsters.”

“We have all this stuff that we just didn’t have time for, or we didn’t feel like we needed to get into in season one, because of the main tension of Will. We have that whole other world that we haven’t fully explored in this season, and that was very purposeful.”

Duffer explained that if season two of Stranger Things was to go ahead, that unexplored world from the first season would be the follow-up’s focus.