The Oxenfree OST features 21 tracks created by sound designer Andrew Rohrmann, otherwise known as scntfc.
For those who have a Skybound account, there is also an "Insiders EP" free for download. In addition, the OXENFREE Collector's Edition comes with a demo tape containing three songs credited to the Redheaded Bedwetters.
- Official Teaser 1 - Beacon Bay, Beacon Beach, and Kanaloa
- Official Teaser 2 - Lantern, Catchpole Station, and Argonaut
- Launch Trailer - Lost (Prologue) and Argonaut
- Lost (Prologue)
- Beacon Beach
- At the end of all versions of this track, there are voices when reversed that say "8 Abel 8 Dog", "Dog Easy Abel Dog", and "Sail Oboe Sail".
- In the Steam version, Morse code can be heard in this track that translates to "MAGGIE". This is repeated several times. There is lyric metadata on this track that reads "Kanaloa".
- In the Bandcamp version, Morse code can be heard in this track that translates to "SEARCH TWITTER 4 NUM SEARCH TWITTER 4".
- In the Insiders EP version, Morse code can be heard in this track that translates to "ALL IS LOST ALL IS LOST ALL IS LOST LOST".
- Epiphany Fields
- Against the Rocks
- By increasing the speed of this track 400% then reversing it, you can hear the ghosts say "One last chance. You don't have to die."
- Towhee Grove
- Cold Comfort
- Catbird Station
- Against the Waves
- Dead Light
- Catchpole Station
- From The Leads
- The Gate
- This is the song Jonas's mother used to listen to.
- Argonaut Atlanta
- Days Past
- The Beach, 7AM
- By increasing the pitch by 100% you can hear a line from one of the anomalies found on the island: "If, indeed, he find fault with anything, or expose it, with charity: the Abbott shall discuss it prudently." This is a quote from the St. Benedict’s Rule for Monasteries. The excerpt comes from Chapter 61, "How Pilgrim Monks Are To Be Received" and originally reads "If, indeed, he find fault with anything, or expose it, reasonably, and with the humility of charity: the Abbott shall discuss it prudently, lest perchance God had sent for this very thing."