Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 19 songs that can be heard in the Netflix movie “Sounds Like Love”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 19 songs featured in “Sounds Like Love”:
I Got The Music In Me - Kiki Dee Band Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: song is heard right at the beginning of the film. A young woman named Maca is walking down the street. Shortly after, she meets her two friends.
Intoxicated - Martin Solveig & Good Times Ahead Timestamp:0:02 / 0:07 | Scene: Jime opens her dating app on her phone and looks at different men. The three girls are looking at their heart tattoo, which they got tattooed together on their forearm. Maca is at the bar with a man / Maca works for Pipa, who is trying out different sunglasses. Pipa is having her picture taken by different photographers at the party.
Last Nite - The Strokes Timestamp:0:04 / 0:15 | Scene: Maca and Coque are making love in the car. Suddenly Coque turns into her ex-boyfriend Leo / Maca remembers her time with Leo. They talk to each other at a party.
Right Next To Me - Cacti Timestamp:0:11 | Scene: Maca leaves the restroom. Song can be heard at the after-show party afterwards. Maca walks through the dancing crowd. She is looking for Pipa.
Lonely Heart Reverb - Joana Serrat Timestamp:0:15 | Scene: Maca reminisces about her happy times with Leo.
If I Could Choose - Pajaro Sunrise Timestamp:0:15 | Scene: Maca is lying in her bed. Flashback: She and Leo are having fun together in bed.
In Spain We Call It Soledad - Rigoberta Bandini Timestamp:0:30 | Scene: Maca enters the party. She is approached by Leo shortly afterwards.
Summer Sun - Koop Timestamp:0:31 | Scene: Maca tries to relieve her stress with a stress ball. She is approached again by Leo. They talk about what they do for a living.
Boys Wanna Be Her - Peaches Timestamp:0:38 | Scene: Adriana and her husband Julián have sex with another woman.
Old Days - Ingrid Michaelson Timestamp:0:46 | Scene: Leo leaves the school campus. Flashback: Maca tries to call Leo, but he doesn't answer the phone. Leo is at the airport.
Dancing to the Radio - Adanowsky Timestamp:0:59 | Scene: Adriana kisses another woman. They take off each other's clothes. Maca is seen in a club. She is talking to Pipa, who wants her to call Mateo. Shortly after, Maca has a conversation with Raquel.
The Night We Met - Lord Huron Timestamp:1:14 | Scene: Maca and Leo kiss in the rain. They then go to Maca's apartment. There they make love.
Dancing in the Moonlight - Toploader Timestamp:1:17 | Scene: Maca gets out of bed in the morning. She dances around her apartment. Leo is asleep in bed. Maca makes breakfast for her and Leo.
I Love It - Icona Pop Timestamp:1:21 | Scene: Maca and her friends Jime and Adriana use Pipa's closet. They put on different outfits.
La Revolucion Sexual - La Casa Azul Timestamp:1:24 | Scene: Song can be heard at the party. The three girls are having a good time. They sing this song together.
Me Amo - Ruzzi Timestamp:1:30 / 1:47 | Scene: Leo tells Maca that he loves her. They kiss in the park. The street musician performs this song / 2nd song heard in the credits.
Algo esta cambiando - Bomba Estereo Timestamp:1:40 | Scene: Song can be heard at the end of the film.
Ma Soeur - Clara Luciani Timestamp:1:44 | Scene: Maca walks down the street with an umbrella. She lives in Paris now. Leo and Maca kiss in Paris. The credits follow.
Hero - Regina Spektor
What’s the movie about?
Maca (María Valverde) is approaching 30 and is at a low point in her life. Clumsy by nature, she tries her best, but ekes out a dreary existence in Madrid as an assistant to a domineering influencer and dates men without engaging in any real feelings. At least she has her kind friends Jimena (Elísabet Casanovas) and Adriana (Susana Abaitúa), with whom everything seems only half as bad. Suddenly, the supposed main reason for Maca’s messed-up existence returns to her life: Leo (Alex González) was once her great love and has not only broken her heart, but also taken away her faith in men.