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Hear that? It's more news from "The Hunger Games" soundtrack.
The album is certainly taking shape, what with Taylor Swift, Arcade Fire and The Decemberists already on board, and now we may be able to add another group name to the list of those who we'll be hearing on repeat starting this March.
Secret Sisters, a country music duo of sisters Lydia and Laura Rogers, spilled the beans to the Alabama Times Daily and claimed their single "Tomorrow Will Be Kinder" is set to appear on "The Hunger Games" soundtrack.
Their inspiration for the song, they explained, came from last spring's tornado tragedy in Alabama.
"We were in Australia when the tornadoes came through Alabama," Laura Rogers said. "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 [Burnett] in New York."
In case you forgot, Burnett is the composer for the film's score. Guess their inclusion on the album is not a secret anymore!
"The Hunger Games" hits theaters on March 23.