'Twilight: Breaking Dawn' soundtrack confirms tracklisting

The Joy Formidable, Theophilus London and Bruno Mars all feature

Video: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 - Trailer

The Joy Formidable, Iron & Wine and Noisettes are set to feature on the new Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 soundtrack.

Theophilus London and Aqualung have also been announced to score songs on the fourth film in the vampire saga.

The Joy Formidable's contribution features brand new track 'Endtapes' while Iron & Wine's 'Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version)' is a reprise which featured on the soundtrack of the first movie.

Bruno Mars has also recorded the film's lead single 'It Will Rain', which you can listen to by scrolling down and clicking below. For the first time ever in the Twilight series, Muse do not feature on the latest soundtrack.

The full tracklisting for Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 is:

The Joy Formidable - 'Endtapes'
Angus & Julia Stone - 'Love Will Take You'
Bruno Mars - 'It Will Rain'
Sleeping At Last - 'Turning Page'
The Features - 'From Now On'
Christina Perri - 'A Thousand Years'
Theophilus London - 'Neighbors'
The Belle Brigade - 'I Didn't Mean It'
Noisettes - 'Sister Rosetta (2011 Version)'
Cider Sky - 'Northern Lights'
Iron & Wine - 'Flightless Bird, American Mouth (Wedding Version)'
Imperial Mammoth - 'Requiem On Water'
Aqualung & Lucy Schwartz - 'Cold'
Mia Maestro - 'Llovera'
Carter Burwell - 'Love Death Rebirth'


The Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 soundtrack is out on November 8 according to the film's official Twitter page Twitter.com/twilight. The movie will follow in UK cinemas on November 18.

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