Zedd released a new song on Friday titled “Find You” which appears to be his contribution to the Divergent soundtrack.
Though the artist makes no mention of it in the YouTube video’s description or in his tweets, the “Find You” lyric video includes brief flashes of the faction symbols at the one minute, 20 second mark.
Earlier this week we learned that Zedd does have a song on the Divergent soundtrack, so it’s safe to assume this is the one.
UPDATE: Summit confirms this song is for Divergent.
Listen to Zedd’s “Find You” featuring Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant below:
The song will be available for purchase on iTunes beginning Sunday, January 26.
Divergent soundtrack bundles will be available for pre-order beginning today, so a formal announcement about Zedd’s song and possibly additional artists may be shared soon.
Book-to-film adaptations have had strong soundtracks in recent years. Twilight paved the way with great compilations beginning in 2008, and The Hunger Games followed suit. Lionsgate and Summit appear to be taking the same direction with their adaptation of Veronica Roth’s dystopian trilogy.
On Wednesday Ellie Goulding announced that she has added subtle vocals to the film’s score (produced by Hans Zimmer), making her the voice of the movie.
Divergent hits theaters March 21, 2014. A new preview of the movie will be released in early March on the Catching Fire DVD and Blu-ray.
Zedd is best known for his hit songs “Clarity” and “Stay the Night.”