Woodkid And Lykke Li's Track For 'Insurgent' Is Like Falling From Space Into A Pool Of Sexiness

The duo teams up for 'Never Let You Down,' the latest song released off the official soundtrack.

What's the best way to mentally and emotionally prepare for "The Divergent Series: Insurgent"? Scouring the Internet for new songs off the soundtrack and listening to them on repeat until the movie comes out on March 20, naturally. So far, we've heard Haim and M83's ethereal, orchestral track "Holes In The Sky."

For the latest addition to the official soundtrack, Woodkid and Lykke Li have joined forces for "Never Let You Down." It's all sorts of brooding and dripping with other worldly hotness. Check it out below:

We're stoked to see Woodkid and Lykke Li lend their talents to the "Insurgent" soundtrack since, well, they're so crazy talented. Woodkid, AKA Yoann Lemoine, has done everything from producing two EPs and an album to being a music video virtuoso: He directed Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream," Taylor Swift's "Back To December" and Lana Del Rey's "Born To Die" videos, to name a few.

Swedish indie pop princess Lykke Li has garnered fans from around the world, notably Drake, who sampled her song "Little Bit" on his 2009 album So Far Gone. She's collaborated with A$AP Rocky, covered a Fleetwood Mac classic and worked with director/musician/creative genius David Lynch. Impressive AF.

We're eagerly awaiting listening to the rest of the soundtrack, and of course, seeing "Insurgent" when it hits theaters March 20.