7:52 pm EDT, September 20, 2012

‘Glee’ episode 4 ‘The Break Up’ cover art reveals song titles

Today, the cover art for Glee‘s fourth episode, ominously titled “The Break Up,” has made its way online. Check out what Glee music you can expect during what is sure to be a dramatic episode.

The cover art was revealed through Freegal, a popular music database that many public libraries subscribe to and offer to members, according to a user.

If you’re wondering who the original artists are, and who will be performing these songs, below is what we know so far about the Glee music for this episode (warning mild spoilers ahead if you know any of the lyrics from some of the songs):

  • “Barely Breathing” – original by Duncan Sheik, performed by unknown.
  • “Don’t Speak” – original by No Doubt, performed by Kurt and Blaine (confirmed from these spoilers from the scene being filmed).
  • “Give Your Heart A Break” – original by Demi Lovato, performed by Rachel and Brody.
  • “Mine” – original by Taylor Swift, performed by unknown.
  • “The Scientist” – original by Coldplay, performed by unknown.

Eek! If you know any of the songs above already you know that some people are in for a serious situation come episode four. Are there any songs above that you are particularly excited to see or hear on Glee when episode four, “The Break Up,” airs in October? Last week we got a look at the Glee music coming up for next week’s episode, 4×03 titled “Makeover.” Enjoy your couples while they’re here because this might be the last of them!

More ‘Glee’ season 4 news

Recently we learned a handful of new spoilers for the rest of the season including “shocking” details about Finn. You can also check out this full-length performance of “Hold It Against Me” which will be used in this week’s episode, featuring Brittany and Kitty. There’s also this amazing performance of Rachel and Brody performing “Oops…I Did It Again” at NYADA for Miss July.

Also listen to all of the Britney Spears music from this week’s episode here!

Lea Michele has also announced that she is also on the road to recording her first solo album!

And if you didn’t get to catch the season premiere episode last week, “The New Rachel,” you can check out our recap right here. Hypable fans weighed in on the comments section of this post directly after the season premiere finished airing last week to talk about what they thought of the new “revolutionary” Glee.

Glee airs Thursday nights at 9/8c on Fox!

Thanks to Mairead for the tip!

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