In Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, ‘80s video game programmer Stefan Butler begins to question reality as he works to develop a video game based on a fantasy adventure novel. And watching it will make you question reality, too. But you’ll love the throwback soundtrack featuring the likes of Tangerine Dream, Eurythmics, Thompson Twins and more.
In a fun twist, the viewers can impact Stefan’s experience and the overall outcome of his story by making decisions about breakfast cereal, music selection, and other potentially life or death choices.
Thanks to this innovative format, viewers can re-watch and make different choices to access alternate stories. Altogether, Netflix says there are over a trillion unique permutations of the story, with 5 possible endings the viewer can try to find.
Netflix’s first foray into adult choose-your-own-adventure content – they’ve experimented with this in their children’s content previously – grabbed loads of attention with its December 28th premiere. It also introduced tons of new fans to the Black Mirror anthology series, which has four previous seasons to binge on Netflix. Fortunately, Tunefind has all your Black Mirror music questions covered, including the songs from Bandersnatch.
Viewers are still iterating through different versions of the storyline, but so far some of the most popular songs from Black Mirror: Bandersnatch include:
Want to see all the songs in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch? Check Tunefind for the full list. And now that you’re hooked and binge watching the rest of the series, see our song lists for the entire soundtrack of Black Mirror.
〉Full list of songs featured in Black Mirror