The soundtrack as a whole is just delightful! But here are a few stand outs:
"Fare thee well (Dink's Song) - Oscar Isaac and Marcus Mumford. A few lines into this song, my eyes actually welled with tears. It's just an intensely sweet song and this duet is fantastic - easily my favorite from the album. Also, with the announcement of their break, this may be the last "new Mumford" we get for a while. But seriously, these two should cover something or do a whole album together or something. If for some reason, the streaming doesn't work for you, here's their cover on YouTube:
"The Last thing on My Mind" - Stark Sand. Plain ol' lovely folk music
"Five Hundred Miles" - Justin Timberlake, Carey Mulligan, Stark Sand (all three staring in the film). Lovely song - no, not The Proclaimers' "500 Miles." This offers some lovely harmonies, the first song of JT's I've actually liked, and [oh my word!] Carey Mulligan's sweet voice! "Mr. & Mrs. Mumford" need to be a thing at some point.
"The Auld Triangle" - Chris Thile, Chris Eldridge, Marcus Mumford, Justin Timberlake and Gabe Witcher. A great folk a capella that includes Mumford and JT - I think they just checked every box in one song.
Farewell - "a previously unreleased recording" of Bob Dylan's "Farewell." Love Bob Dylan; love this song!
Check out the soundtrack and let me know which were your favorites :)