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What's The Song In The Yellowjackets Season 2 Trailer?

The trailer for "Yellowjackets" Season 2 has created quite a buzz with fans, and people most likely have several questions about what's going on in the intriguing preview. Of course, some are probably wondering which song is playing in the background to set the eerie mood for what's in store.

The first season of "Yellowjackets" was a big hit for Showtime, earning impressive scores from critics and seven Emmy nominations. The initial set of entries offered viewers an enthralling thrill ride that kept them guessing until the very end, and it seems safe to assume that after the cliffhanger season finale, the anticipation for Season 2 among fans of the series was most assuredly high. The cast, which includes Sophie Thatcher, Melanie Lynskey, Christian Ricci, Jasmine Savoy Brown, and Juliette Lewis, has assured fans that while they promise some lines won't be crossed, Season 2 will be more intense than they might expect. And from the looks of the second season trailer, fans are going to be in for one wild ride they don't want to miss.

While everything people witnessed in the promo was arguably captivating, the music playing throughout may have also got some people's attention, and no one needs to travel into the dangerous wilderness to find out who is performing the track.

Florence Welch covers Just A Girl for the Yellowjackets return

The song viewers can hear in the "Yellowjackets" Season 2 trailer is a cover of No Doubt's "Just a Girl" performed by Florence and the Machine. The original song was released in 1995 off of No Doubt's "Tragic Kingdom" album and was a big hit when it came out. Florence Welch, lead singer of Florence and the Machine, was elated to be a part of the show's return as she is not only a fan of the Showtime series but also the song. "I'm such a huge fan of Yellowjackets and this era of music, and this song especially had a huge impact on me growing up," Welch said in a press statement. "So I was thrilled to be asked to interpret it in a 'deeply unsettling' way for the show." 

The version performed by Florence and Machine is more chilling than the original and absolutely helps set the mood for what's to come in the next chapter. Welch was visibly excited about joining the Yellowjackets squad for this occasion, even posting a teaser clip on Instagram before the trailer dropped, showing off her own varsity jacket and writing in the post, "So happy I got picked for the team this year."

Florence and the Machine's rendition of the classic No Doubt track definitely has fans pumped for the upcoming season of "Yellowjackets."