The music in Money Heist
Other notable songs and music
Throughout the series, there are scenes accompanied by beautiful melodies or catchy songs. We try to gather those that may interest you!
Song during the moment of madness when Tokyo and Nairobi drink and party in their room, this is Ofi La Melodia’s Boom song.
Season 2 & Season 3
Minute 12: After an intense exchange with The Professor, Martín put on the music – Who Can It Be Now? (Men At Work)
Minute 25: The band that arrives at the Bank of Spain, being the BRIPAC brigade – You’ll Never Walk Alone (Gerry & The Pacemakers)
Minute 34: Entry into the Bank of Spain – Harlem Shuffle (Bob & Earl)
Minute 0: The beginning of the episode – Feeling Good (Muse)
Minute 22: After the shots between the robbers and the governor’s men – Another sunny day (Belle and Sebastian)
Minute 44: End of the episode, after the discussion about the Bank of Spain robbery between Berlin and the Professor – Guantanamera (Compay Segundo)
Minute 1: As minute 0 approaches – Gnossienne No. 1 (Lent) (Erik Satie)
Minute 44: When Nairobi and Palermo fight, and Nairobi makes a statement in Helsinki – Nairobi Interlude
Minute 42: When Rio arrives by car at the Bank of Spain – Broken Coastline (Down Like Silver)
All the music from Money Heist
Neither dream nor love without you
Delicate and lustful, featuring warm female lead vocals, ethnic percussion and Spanish guitar that create a warm, romantic mood.
Featuring The Let’s Go’s. Surfy guitars and a sinewy 60s girl group feel in a story song with sultry vocals and spoken word verses.
Victims Of Circumstance
Midtempo big-groove indie rocker: dark, mysterious, edgy, gritty
Sentimental, classy and cheesy easy listening / cocktail piano. With double bass, brushes, orchestral harp and string orchestra. An affair to remember.
Deep rolling bass line is accompanied with raw beats and edgy guitars.
Warm and sincere, featuring gentle male lead vocals and Spanish guitar that create a compassionate, tender mood.
Urgent and powerful 60’s garage rock. Male vocal, frenzied male backing vocals. Extreme and fighting sports, skateboard.
Dark drones with orchestral elements, building rhythm, driving synth arpeggiator, bold synth pads, punchy drums and swirling, ominous electronic textures
Downtempo old school big-thumping rocker: bold, cocky, brash
Black Hole Ceremony
Suspenseful and building dark electro. Evil synths, heavy electric guitars, eerie breathing and stressful sirens. Composed by Laplage.
Greasy, swaggering stoner blues with thick bass, trashy drums and screaming guitars.
Mean, tough bass and thunderous drums crackle with energy in a dark urban drama
Bad Side Of Life
Retro rock, mysterious, mournful, disturbing.
A dirty tom and guitar groove set this track in motion as the rest of the rock band joins with shouts to drive this home.
Slow and melodramatic rock & roll song. Bad vowel. Rock & roll band, tambourine and organ. Guitar solo @1’59.
Don’t Do Me Wrong
Cool and distinctive 60s blues rock with a distorted garage sound and a head nodding groove.
Suspense and anticipation builds as electric guitars are joined by a growing beat, organ, vocal chants, and synths.
Trained To Kill
Epic contemporary action thriller theme. Tension intro leads to explosive sweeping string motif, gritty guitars, pounding drums and big bass.
Pretty Kinda Dirty
Midtempo Big-Groove Power-Riff Hard Rocker. Gritty, Edgy, Raucous, Bold, Loud. Performed by Eric Berdon. Lyrics about: Sexy, Dirty, Lust, One Night Stand.
let me go
Male vocal with heavy riffs, dramatic drops and plenty of cymbals
Big building guitar & synths intro to massive driving theme at 0:46
Rhythmic build of drum and gong.
Ronroco phrases evolve in a pretty, hypnotic sequence supported by a synth drone.
Rippling prepared piano & heavenly sounds. Cinematic elegance
Symphony No.9 ‘Choral’ – 4th Movement 3
Deep 80s style synth and chugging guitars drive forward this indie pop track about a relationship on the rocks. Melancholy male vocals try to keep the connection alive.
Menacing action adventure. Apocalyptic percussion and full-scale heroics with growling brass swells.
Concerto For Violin No2 In G Min ‘Summer’ RV315 (Presto)
Concerto For Violin No2 In G Min. ‘The Summer’ RV315 (Presto) Lively, Reeling, Virtuoso, Determined.
ATMOSPHERIC / PANORAMIC – Slow – Lonely, Sparse and Panoramic Slide Guitar Solo for American Landscape and Desertic Nature
Upbeat and inspirational Asian atmosphere, thriving with positivity and pride, led by an Iranian Setar, Strings, and Ethnic Percussion.
Heartbeat rhythms with a repetitive bleep sound.
Sexy and nostalgic. Melancholic funk style bass line guitar with acoustic and electric guitar, drums, tambourine and lush strings. Bassline
Dark beats and pads with angelic choral lines set the scene as strings drive the track. @ 1.22 the battle begins between epic beats, dark synths and strings.
Chopped and distorted electronica with sound design FX and vocal samples. Intense break down at 1:43 bringing an onslaught of fuzz and distortion.
Cities Of The East