The Five Feet Apart soundtrack is a compilation of heart-wrenching tracks that perfectly capture the mood of the movie. The songs are all about love and loss, and they will make you feel everything that Stella and Will feel throughout the film. If you’re looking for a way to get in the mood for The Five Feet Apart, or if you just want to hear some beautiful songs, then be sure to check out this soundtrack.
10. Remind Me to Forget (Kygo, Miguel)
Remind Me to Forget is a song about the end of a relationship, but it’s also about the start of a new beginning. It was done by Kygo and Miguel in the album Kids in Love. Released in the year 2017, this song ranked at sixty-three on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was written by Kygo, Miguel, and Andrew Frampton. The song was also used in other films like I Feel Pretty, Angry Birds, and Fifty Shades Darker.
9. Human Touch (Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian)
Human Touch is a song that was composed by Brian Tyler and Breton Vivian. This is one of the most original songs on the soundtrack. According to Pop Sugar, it is about two people who were trying to escape their humdrum lives and find something new, or perhaps something old. The song will make you feel emotional because it highlights the desire to go back and fix things that had been broken long ago. It fits perfectly in the scene where Stella and Will are driving together, but Will is looking at the places that he used to visit as a child. The song was included in the album Five Feet Apart. It was released in 2019 and reached number 23 on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart.
8. Stella (Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian)
Stella is a love song that is about the hope to find someone who will be by your side until you die. This song will make you feel every little thing that Will feels as Stella falls ill and he does everything to stay close to her. The song was composed by Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian, and Matt Correia. It was released in 2019 and is one of the top tracks in the album Five Feet Apart. This song ranked number four on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart.
7. Five Feet Apart (Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian)
Five Feet Apart is a fun song that will make you want to do the cha-cha slide dance move. The song is about the time Stella and Will are dancing together, which is one of the brightest moments in their relationship. This song was composed by Breton Vivian and written by Brian Tyler and Barry Dean. It was released in the year 2019 and is the fifth track in the album Five Feet Apart. This song reached number thirty-three on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart.
6. Fascination (The Beaches)
Fascination is a beautiful romantic ballad about how two lovers fall in love at first sight and can’t help but want to know each other. In this song, Stella realizes that she is fascinated by Will. This song can be interpreted as a declaration of love toward someone specific. Fascination is a very catchy tune with a piano and guitar accompaniment. According to Popnable, the song was written and composed by Barry Dean and sung by The Beaches. It fits perfectly in the scene where Will and Stella are talking about their life together. This song was included in the album The Professional. It was released in 2019 and reached number eleven on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart.
5. The District Sleeps Alone Tonight (Birdy)
The District Sleeps Alone Tonight was written by Birdy and composed by Jamie Hartman. The song is about a girl who has found the perfect partner but can’t find the right words to describe her feelings. The lyrics are quite suggestive and the music tries to convey the mood of the girl. The song was included in the album Birdy, and it was released in 2011. This song reached number 15 on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart. It fits perfectly in the scene where Stella is staring at the photographs of her and Will and thinking about how they used to be.
4. Roadblock (Six Weeks) Atta Boy
Roadblock is a song that reaches out to those who have lost their first love. The song was composed by Brian and performed by Six Weeks. It was featured in the album The Hurt and the Heart. This song reached number 31 on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart. It was released in 2012 and included in the album Out of Sorts. This song makes one feel glued to the movie because it fits perfectly in the scene where Stella and Will are getting to know each other after years of estrangement.
3. Hello World (Brian Tyler, Breton Vivian)
Hello World is an upbeat song about not wanting to be alone. It was composed by Brian Tyler and Breton Vivian. The song was released in the year 2019 and included in the album Five Feet Apart. This song reached number thirty-eight on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart. It fits perfectly in the scene where Stella and Will are tired after a long day of fighting the disease, but they still find the strength to have a conversation.
2. Bandolera (Fragancia, Franky Monroy)
Bandolera is a song that was composed by Fragancia and Franky Monroy. This song is about being brave in the face of adversity. It will make you feel like you are strong enough to deal with any difficult situation that comes your way. It was released in 2016 and included in the album Bandolera. This song reached number eleven on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart.
1. To Let Go (Jozy)
To Let Go is a song that will make you feel a little melancholic. It was written by Jozy and composed by Brian Tyler. This song was included in the album To Let Go, which was released in 2017, and is one of the top tracks in the album Jozy. According to Tunefind, this song is about a girl who is hooking up with someone because she needs to let go of something. It fits perfectly in the scene where Will and Stella are crying together because they realize that they couldn’t be together forever. This song reached number sixty-five on the US Billboard Adult Pop Songs chart.
There are many great songs in the film Five Feet Apart, but the ones listed above are the best 10. They fit in the film perfectly and they really make us feel every little emotion of Will and Stella. You can listen to any of them and find out just how much they get you glued to watching the film.