After finishing up the last episode of the Netflix show “The End of the F***ing World,” fans were scrambling to find out where that catchy music was from. They soon discovered that the majority of songs aren’t available on Spotify, iTunes, or even YouTube. There isn’t a single link to some of the more loved songs, like “A Better Beginning” by Graham Coxon.

Not so coincidentally, the majority of those songs are written by Coxon, former guitarist and vocalist for the highly successful British alternative rock band, Blur. That’s because Coxon was hired to write the original soundtrack for both seasons.

The story of "The End of the F***ing World" follows two young people with a more nihilistic outlook on life, James and Alyssa, played by Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden, as they go on a road trip misadventure that takes several dark turns, leading to the end of a massively climactic end to Season 1. Season 2 starts out with a brand new character, Bonnie, who equals the two characters in their misanthropic attitudes.

At press time, only one song (“She Knows”) has been released for the public to listen to freely without turning the popular show back on. As documented by Cosmopolitan, this has led to tons of fans to both show their appreciation for the music of the show, but also ask for an official soundtrack to be released.

One Twitter user could barely contain their enthusiasm for the songs:

Luckily, the full soundtrack will be released on Friday, Nov. 8. In the meantime, you can listen to the season 1 soundtrack in its entirety on Spotify.

"The End of the F***ing World" Season 2 released on Netflix on Nov. 5. Netflix