WandaVision’s seventh episode started off to respond to some of the most important queries of the series, and — in line with its sitcom trappings — the display dropped a single of its greatest reveals but in a really spoiler-y retro-design and style theme music.

Considering the fact that the episode was released, the track has exploded in level of popularity to the issue that Disney would seem to have discovered by dropping the official soundtrack on products and services like Spotify and Apple Songs a several days forward of the planned launch on Friday, February 26th.

Spoilers for WandaVision episode 7 forward.

That is right, you can now stream the formal version of “Agatha All Along” to your heart’s content material. The music, like WandaVision’s other sitcom themes, was created by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (greatest regarded for their do the job on the Frozen soundtracks) highlighted at the close of the most current episode.

“Agatha All Along” reveals that nosy neighbor “Agnes” is in reality the witch Agatha Harkness — who, as the tune would make very clear in an exceptionally catchy fashion, was behind at least some of the oddities of Westview all along as the villain of the sequence.

Since the episode was produced, the music has by now become a TikTok trend, been given a lure remix, and been re-made as a soaring orchestral selection. It’s the type of popularity that delivers to mind a further musical streaming hit: the massively viral “Toss A Coin To Your Witcher” from Netflix’s The Witcher.

That music had equally exploded in acceptance across the world-wide-web when The Witcher was unveiled, but it took Netflix over a month to get its act collectively and launch an formal model of the soundtrack on streaming services, pretty much totally lacking the second. It’s a error that the streamer hasn’t produced since, and the viral soundtracks to extra modern displays — like Bridgerton’s pop society handles — have been readily available along with the series’s debut.

With the early launch of the soundtrack, it would seem that Disney has created a equivalent alternative to ride the wave and not let “Agatha All Along” pass it by, even if it means bumping up a several launch dates — till the up coming WandaVision theme music normally takes in excess of TikTok, that is.