NEW MUSIC: ALANIS MORISSETTE | YOU OUGHTA KNOW (FEATURING DUOMO & KROMA STRINGS)
Alanis Morissette partnered with Netflix to perform a special version of her 1995 hit song "You Oughta Know," which appeared in series "Bridgerton's" second season. The streaming service released a music video of Morissette's elevated version on Friday alongside clips of Anthony Bridgerton and Kate Sharma falling in love in the series. In the video, Morissette, 47, sings next to a magnolia tree — reminiscent of the "Bridgerton" title sequence — in an indoor garden. She's surrounded by a string section that plays a haunting, stripped-down version of her hit song featuring Duomo and Kroma Strings. The instrumental version of "You Oughta Know" was featured in the fifth episode of "Bridgerton" season 2. Viewers may remember it as the song playing while Anthony sits in a bathtub, contemplating his future marriage. Meanwhile, Kate grabs rides her horse to clear her head and figure out her feelings for Anthony. Lyrics were removed from the episode, as "Bridgerton's" contemporary music selections are exclusively instrumental. But in the new video featuring Morissette, her lyrics echo Kate and Anthony's love. "And I'm here to remind you of the mess you left when you went away," she sings. "It's not fair to deny me/ Of the cross I bear that you gave me. You, you, you oughta know." The track "You Oughta Know" won the 1996 Grammy for best rock song and best female rock vocal performance. Season 2 of "Bridgerton" is now streaming on Netflix. The series has been renewed for the third and fourth seasons.