The 'Divergent' Soundtrack Features Ellie Goulding, Kendrick Lamar & More
Why do so many young adult novels-turned-films have such amazing soundtracks? See who made the cut on 'Divergent''s track list.
First, there was the Twilight soundtrack, then The Hunger Games, and now the young adult novel-turned-feature film Divergent is the movie on everybody's lips with an amazing soundtrack. UK songstress Ellie Goulding is very prominent on the 13 (16 if you count the Deluxe version) track release, with three songs on the track list, while popular electronic musicians like Zedd and Skrillex appear on the film's soundtrack as well. One track that we're particularly excited to hear is the collaboration between rapper Kendrick Lamar and credible rock group Tame Impala, seeing as how the hip-hop star is partial to rock these days (remember his performance with Imagine Dragons?). Who else appears on the dystopian movie's track list? Read on to find out:
1. Zedd -- "Find You" ft. Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant
2. Ellie Goulding -- "Beating Heart"
3. Pia Mia -- "Fight for You" ft. Chance the Rapper
4. Ellie Goulding -- "Hanging On" (I See MONSTAS remix)
5. Snow Patrol -- "I Won't Let You Go"
6. Woodkid -- "Run Boy Run"
7. Tame Impala & Kendrick Lamar -- "Backwards"
8. M83 -- "I Need You"
9. A$AP Rocky -- "In Distress" ft. Gesaffelstein
10. Pretty Lights -- "Lost and Found" (ODESZA remix)
11. Skrillex -- "STRANGER" ft. KillaGraham From Milo & Otis & Sam Dew
12. Big Deal -- "Dream Machines"
13. Ellie Goulding -- "Dead in the Water"
From the Deluxe version:
14. Woodkid -- "I Love You"
15. BANKS -- "Waiting Game"
16. Ellie Goulding -- "My Blood"
Listen to our favorite track off the Divergent soundtrack, "I Love You" by Woodkid:
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