The Stranger Things season 3 soundtrack is here! Where to listen

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Season 3 of Stranger Things has finally arrived, and you're gonna want to check out the official soundtrack.

The third season of Netflix's Stranger Things is upon us; we're finally back home, revisiting 1980s Hawkins. 

Season 3 takes place in the summer of 1985, when Back to the Future dominated at the box office.

That means lots of eighties hits, but what about the original soundtrack?

What's going to happen in season 3?

While season 2 of Stranger Things took place in 1984, the third series moves us and the characters on to the summer of 1985.

After the mind-blowing events of season 2, our cast of young heroes and heroines have gone back to living life normally.

However, it soon transpires that their hard-won peace won't last forever as the evil they fought off twice before returns, with old threats and new.

The relationships between characters are more strained than ever, with emotions amplified by stunning music. 

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The group's dynamic looks set for its biggest shakeup in the whole series as the characters continue to grow.

They'll have to put emerging differences aside if they are to triumph once again over the evil that threatens the people of Hawkins.

The third season is available now, and so is the official soundtrack!

Stranger Things season 3: Soundtrack

Both seasons 1 and 2 of Stranger Things have featured plenty of era-appropriate music with plenty of tunes appearing from across the 1970s and 80s.

This time, we open with on Mike and Eleven with Corey Hart's "Never Surrender", which offers a surefire idea of a continued trend. 

A number of eighties hits radiate through the season, but for you Stranger Things completists out there, you'll be happy to know that the original score is available to listen to on Spotify right now!

In total, there's a whopping forty-one tracks, totalling at one hour and twenty-two minutes. Essentially, it allows you to pinpoint emotional scenes and re-experience them with the power of the score. There is also a range of playlists to listen to. 

Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein have done it again with yet another incredible synth-heavy work, perfectly complimenting the series' tone. 

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