‘The Fault In Our Stars’ Track List Is Here: See It Now

Ed Sheeran, Charli XCX and Lykke Li all show up on what's sure to be an emotional sountrack.

For fans of John Green’s beautifully tragic YA novel, 2014 has been filled with anticipation for June’s big-screen adaptation of “The Fault in Our Stars.” And while we’ve already gotten a peek at what it will look like — via a romantic first image and a super sentimental trailer — now, we’re getting a hint of what it will all sound like.

The track list for the film’s soundtrack hit the Web on Saturday (April 12), and with cameos from the likes of Birdy and Ray LaMontagne, it seems like the music is going to be as emotive as the story itself.

Ed Sheeran opens up the soundtrack with “All of the Stars,” which he wrote himself and will appear in the end credits. (Sheeran announced on Twitter that the track will be available in “about a month.”) Also on the list are Lykke Li (“No One Ever Loved”) and Iggy Azaelea collaborator Charli XCX with “Boom Clap.”

The soundtrack’s darling is Birdy — famous for her tender cover of Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” — with “Not About Angels,” “Tee Shirt” and “Best Shot” with Jaymes Young.

Want more “Fault in Our Stars”? Woodley and Elgort will be on hand on Sunday (April 13) at the MTV Movie Awards as presenters. Before they take the stage, fans will get to see an exclusive scene from the movie during the 2014 Movie Awards Pre-Show, starting at 8:30 p.m.

» Ed Sheeran — “All Of The Stars”
» Jake Bugg — “Simple As This”
» Grouplove — “Let Me In”
» Birdy & Jaymes Young — “Best Shot”
» Kodaline — “All I Want”
» Tom Odell — “Long Way Down”
» Charli XCX — “Boom Clap”
» STRFKR — “While I’m Alive”
» Indians — “Oblivion”
» The Radio Dept. — “Strange Things Will Happen”
» Afasi & Filthy — “Bomfallarella”
» Ray LaMontagne — “Without Words”
» Birdy — “Not About Angels”
» Lykke Li — “No One Ever Loved”
» M83 — “Wait”
Bonus track: Birdy — “Tee Shirt”