The singer-songwriter from Florida, Dominic Fike took Euphoria Season 2 by storm with his character, Elliot. A new member to the Rue and Jules crew, Elliot shares similar troubles and stirs the pot between the friends. With all current episodes now on HBO Max to stream, fans can also listen to the music from the season with Euphoria (Original Score from the HBO Series).
The score composed and produced by Labrinth includes the track "Elliot's Song," featuring Dominic Fike, Zendaya, and Labrinth which made waves on social media after its debut on Episode 8 of the season. The score also includes loads of instrumental tracks plus other favorites like "Rue's I'm Tired," "Fez's Interlude (with Angus Cloud), and more. Fans can order the special edition box set which includes a CD and t-shirt.
Labrinth expressed his gratitude to the Euphoria fans for letting him share this experience with them and work with the cast like Zendaya and Dominic Fike on the score. "I want to thank all of you for making this music come alive much more than I could ever imagine. You make the work I put into creating even more worth the love and the grind. This is a big part of how I make music now all because of you."
Dominic Fike will be returning to Euphoria next season as Elliot. He shared the news with Jimmy Fallon before the Season 2 finale. There's some time before Season 3 kicks off, but before then check out what Dominic thinks of some of the fan theories people are cooking online.
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Dominic Fike's character Elliot took the new season of Euphoria by storm. The singer-turned-actor was able to show off his musical artistry on the season finale of the show as he serenaded Zendaya's character, Rue, with a heartfelt and emotional song. Elliot's Song has been cut down to a shorter version for its release as the version used for the show had fans a bit ruffled with its original length on the show.
The Director's cut of the song has since been left on the editing room floor. The new version is cut down to a more palatable length. The track was penned by Zendaya and Labrinth, who also helped lead the scoring of the hit show. Fike's vocals beautifully pair with Zendaya, and you can now stream the song on all major streaming platforms.
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