We knew that the Decemberists would have a song titled ‘One Engine’ on the Hunger Games soundtrack, but without any warning, the song was released on iTunes last night! Listen to it below.
The full album tracklisting, featuring Kid Cudi, Miranda Lambert, Neko Case and more, was also released today. See it at this link!
What do you think of the new song? Could you see an instrumental version of this being played during any scene in The Hunger Games? Remember: the film will have both an instrumental score and a soundtrack, so this song will likely not be in the actual movie.
Taylor Swift’s ‘Safe & Sound’ video for the Hunger Games soundtrack is set to debut later today. Watch a preview of it at this link!
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