WandaVisionThe seventh episode of the series began to answer some of the series’ biggest questions and, in keeping with its sitcom attributes, the series dropped one of its biggest reveal to date in a very spoiler-y retro style theme song.
Since the episode’s release, the track has exploded in popularity to the point that Disney seems to have noticed it by dropping the official soundtrack on services like Spotify and Apple Music a few days before the release. planned outing Friday February 26.
Spoilers for WandaVision episode 7 coming soon.
That’s right, you can now stream the official version of “Agatha All Along” at your leisure. The song, like WandaVisionThe other sitcom themes, were written by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (best known for their work on the Frozen soundtracks) featured at the end of the most recent episode.
“Agatha All Along” reveals that the curious neighbor “Agnes” is actually the witch Agatha Harkness – who, as the song incredibly catchy indicates, was behind at least some of Westview’s quirks throughout as that series villain.
Since the release of the episode, the song has already become a TikTok trend, received a trap remix, and was recreated as a thriving orchestral number. This is the kind of popularity that evokes another musical streaming success: Netflix’s highly viral “Toss A Coin To Your Witcher”. The witcher.
This song had also exploded in popularity on the Internet when The witcher came out, but it took Netflix over a month to pull itself together and release an official version of the soundtrack to streaming services, almost entirely missing the moment. It’s a mistake the streamer hasn’t made since, and viral soundtracks from more recent shows – like Bridgerton– pop culture covers have been available alongside the debut of the series.
With the early release of the soundtrack, it looks like Disney has made a similar choice to ride the wave and not let “Agatha All Along” pass, even if that means increasing a few release dates – until the next one. WandaVision the theme song takes over TikTok, ie.