The Bold Type Premiere Music Guide Part 1: Songs To Make You Bold

These tracks will unleash your inner Jacqueline.


The Bold Type's 2-hour premiere was fierce and it had the great soundtrack to match. From Jacqueline's kick ass entrance to the trio letting it all out in the subway: by the end of the first episode we all wanted to be on the Scarlet squad -- and add every single track to our playlist. Check out the songs featured in episode 1 with the official music guide below.

Jane, Kat and Sutton let it all out in the subway.

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The thumping beat of 'Blood In The Cut' by K.Flay is the perfect soundtrack for our introduction to The Bold Type trio.

Scarlet's editor-in-chief makes a powerful entrance at the presentation.

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Jacqueline strides in to the beat of 'Black Car' by Leon Else.

Jane tries to hide her pain with shades from the fashion closet.

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'Every Night' by Josef Salvat plays while Jane stresses over her article.

Kat visits Adena's studio to convince her to let Scarlet publish her feature.

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'We Were Wild' by Esmé Patterson plays as their introduction goes less than smoothly.

Sutton teaches Richard about Snapchat.

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This playful scene is accompanied by 'Not Gonna Let You Walk Away' by LOLO.

Kat and Sutton help Jane stalk her "unstalkable ex."

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The soundtrack to their stakeout is 'Higher' by The Naked and Famous .

Jane and Alex go to a party in the hope of bumping into Eric.

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'Rich Boy' by Galantis plays at the party while Jane nervously looks around.

Sutton gets a late night invitation from Richard.

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Sutton slips into something black and lacy as 'Whistle' by BLACKPINK sets the mood.

Jane tells Alex exactly what happened between her and Eric.

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The gentle tones of 'Naked Beaches' by Hannah Georgas plays while Jane shares her heartbreaking breakup story.

A drunk Jane calls Sutton for a pep talk.

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'History Eraser' by Courtney Barnett plays while Sutton tries to cover up her secret.

Kat and Adena get personal while packing contraband.

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The two bond as 'Doctor Doctor' by Oh Pep! plays in Adena's studio.

Adena finally gives Kat permission to publish the article.

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'Don't Go' by Hannah Georgas is a beautiful accompaniment to their sweet goodbye.

Jane and Sutton try to comfort Kat after she receives the news that Adena has been detained at the airport.

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'Coyotes' by Wild Belle highlights the tension between the three friends.

Scarlet's 60th anniversary party gets underway.

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'She Sets The City On Fire' by Gavin DeGraw sets the scene for the glitzy celebration.

The friends make amends after Jacqueline's inspiring speech.

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'Spirits' by The Strumbellas is the perfect accompaniment to this uplifting ending to the first episode.

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What was your favorite moment from episode 1? Tell us in the comments.

And don't forget, you can rewatch both parts of The Bold Type's 2-hour premiere here on Freeform.

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