'Sierra Burgess Is a Loser' Soundtrack Features Sabrina Carpenter, MNEK, Betty Who & Star Shannon Purser: See Full Track List
Netflix movie & Leland-produced soundtrack both arrive on Sept. 7; Troye Sivan co-wrote 3 songs on the project.
The soundtrack for Netflix's forthcoming original movie Sierra Burgess Is a Loser is weeks away from release, but we're unveiling the track list exclusively below.
Along with Bram Inscore, Leland -- who has worked with Troye Sivan, Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez, among other A-list artists -- scored the soundtrack, which will be the first release on the acclaimed singer/songwriter's own label Good Pop, in partnership with Sony/ATV and Black Label Media. The 14-song project features tracks from Betty Who, Sabrina Carpenter, Allie X, MNEK and the film's star, Shannon Purser, best known as Barb from Stranger Things. Sivan co-wrote three songs on the soundtrack: “Sunflower,” performed by Purser, “Kid Wonder” (MNEK) and “The Other Side” (Betty Who).
Sierra Burgess Is a Loser is a modern-day twist on the Cyrano de Bergerac play. Set in a high school, the story follows Sierra (Purser) as she falls into a case of mistaken identity and unexpected romance. She finds herself working with the popular girl, played by Kristine Froseth, to capture her crush's (Noah Centineo) heart.
Both the film and the soundtrack are out September 7, 2018. The first single, Betty Who's "The Other Side," will be released on Aug. 31.
See the full track list and the soundtrack cover below.
The Other Side (performed by Betty Who)
Lights (performed by Leland)
Kid Wonder (performed by Allie X)
Half of You (performed by MNEK)
The Phone Call (score from the motion picture)
Lie for Love (performed by Sabrina Carpenter)
Sunflower - Movie Version (performed by Shannon Purser)
Latitude (performed by Leland)
Sunflower - Synth Reprise (performed by Allie X)
I Don’t Change (performed by K.I.D)
Middle of Love (performed by Leland and Vincint)
The Parking Lot (score from the motion picture)
Paper Love (performed by Allie X)
Goodbye (performed by Carlie Hanson)