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Listen to new The Jesus And Mary Chain song now
The Jesus And Mary Chain have recorded their first new material in more than a decade, and you can listen to it on NME.COM now.

The returning rock legends have contributed an all-new track, 'All Things Must Pass', to the 'Heroes Original Soundtrack', which is released May 5. The artwork shown here depicts the band in the series' distinctive comic book style.

The soundtrack features music from the series along with tracks by classic artists with a super-power theme.

As well as The Jesus And Mary Chain, there are songs from Panic! At The Disco, Nada Surf, Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop and the David Bowie classic '"Heroes"'.

You can listen to the track on the NME Media Player now.

Last night, 'Heroes' was named Best TV Show at the NME Awards USA. The second series gets its UK premiere on BBC2 tonight (April 24).

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