You finally got what you deserve, “Black Mirror” fans: Miley Cyrus’ — er, Ashley O’s, songs dropped on music streaming platforms Friday.
The release of “On a Roll” and “Right Where It Belongs” comes one day after Netflix debuted the music video for the former track. Both are earworms sung by Cyrus’ character on the “Black Mirror” Season 5 episode “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too.”
See the tweet announcing the news below.
Ashley O fans, this is what you deserve.
"On a Roll" streaming everywhere. pic.twitter.com/KRnQJz0BY3
— Black Mirror (@blackmirror) June 14, 2019
If you’re here, then we already know you’re a fan of Ashley O’s music — comprised of reworked versions of Nine Inch Nails songs, like “Head Like a Hole” — which means you probably saw Cyrus had already hinted that full versions of those tracks were “coming.”
And now, obviously, that “coming” has come to fruition.
However, we weren’t totally sure you’d get what you deserve, as during a recent interview, “Black Mirror” creator Charlie Brooker and executive producer Annabel Jones couldn’t tell TheWrap definitively if and when the songs will drop.
“It would be great if we released the songs, but obviously-” Jones said, with Brooker adding: “That’s in the hands of the gods, or record labels.”
“Or God, otherwise known as Miley Cyrus,” Jones said. “Yeah, if Miley wanted to release them that would be hilarious because they are great songs, there is no snobbery about them… There is no snobbery about pop music, it’s just that Ashley O wants to create a different identity and a different style of music in the film.”
You can find the tracks on iTunes here.
And listen to them via Spotify below.
“Black Mirror” Season 5 is streaming now on Netflix