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Vampire Weekend, HAIM and More Join 'Carrie' Soundtrack

October 9, 2013 (6:22 am) GMT
The artists are among indie rock bands, who team up for the soundtrack of the upcoming movie starring Chloe Grace Moretz.

The full tracklist of "" soundtrack has been revealed. Today's best indie artists, such as , , and , have made contribution to the soundtrack of upcoming horror movie that stars .

Currently streaming on Entertainment Weekly, the 12-song album also includes tracks from Portugal. the Man, and The Naked and Famous. There's also an unreleased track by Matrimony. The band performs a cover of 's "Tombstone Blues".

"Carrie" is a horror film based on Stephen King's 1974 novel of the same name. Moretz plays the titular Carrie White, who unleashes telekinetic terror on her small town after being pushed too far at her senior prom. The film also stars , who plays Carrie's creepy mother.

Originally slated to be released early this year, the new movie is now set to open in U.S. theater on October 18. The soundtrack to the film will drop on October 15.

Tracklist of "Carrie" Soundtrack:

  1. "Ends of the Earth" - Lord Huron
  2. "College" - Rogue Wave
  3. "Hip Hop Kids" - Portugal. the Man
  4. "Let Me Go" -
  5. "Diane Young" -
  6. "Young Blood" (Radio Edit) - The Naked and Famous
  7. "Live for the Night" -
  8. "Dust to Dust" -
  9. "All The Days" - HAERTS
  10. "Take a Walk" -
  11. "I Can Hardly Make You Mine" - Cults
  12. "Tombstone Blues" (Bonus Track) - Matrimony


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