‘The Hunger Games’ Soundtrack To Include The Secret Sisters’s “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder”?

While we had reported that The Civil Wars and Taylor Swift performed “Safe and Sound” together live for the very first time as well as Win Butler and Regine Chassagne of Arcade Fire and The Decemberists will also be contributing to ‘The Hunger Games’ soundtrack.

Lydia and Laura Rogers from The Secret Sisters

According to Times Daily.com, besides the aforementioned artists, American traditional country music duo, The Secret Sisters, will also be contributing a song named “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder” to ‘The Hunger Games’ soundtrack.

Here’s a snippet of the interview with Times Daily.com where they mentioned ‘The Hunger Games’ soundtrack:

We were in Australia when the tornadoes came through Alabama (in April 2011). It was so tough for us to be away from home when all that was going on. There, Lydia sat down and wrote a song stemming from that sadness, “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder.” Even though it came from a really dark circumstance, it is about looking forward to better days. Just recently, we found out that song is going to be on “The Hunger Games” soundtrack. We recorded that song with T Bone in New York.

Lionsgate has not given any confirmation on this matter yet. We will update you when we have a confirmation.

‘The Hunger Games’ will be released in Singapore on 22 March 2012.

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Posted on January 15, 2012, in The Hunger Games Movie and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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