'Girls' Is Getting New Tunes From Grimes, St. Vincent & More

Get ready to dance on your own.

We might still be waiting for a new record from Grimes, but that doesn't mean we won't be hearing any new tunes from Claire Boucher this year. Grimes contributed a new song to this season of "Girls," along with St. Vincent and Family of the Year.

Billboard reports that Boucher penned a song with Lena Dunham's boyfriend and Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff for the show -- a jam that will play during a party scene, according to music supervisor Manish Raval. Perhaps mesh tanktops will be involved? One can dream.

St. Vincent, for her part, contributed a new song titled "Teenage Talk" to the show. "I said to St. Vincent's people, 'We love Annie and she and Lena are friends. Is there anything laying around?'" Raval told Billboard. "They sent us a demo of a song called 'Teenage Talk' that she hadn't released yet and Lena flipped for it."

Family of the Year, for their part, continue on their coming-of-age tip with their "Girls" contribution "Carry Me." Apparently, the track will play during a particularly emotional scene "that leaves us wondering where Hannah's head is at," according to Raval. So that's pretty par for the course for the band, who had took off lately due to the success of their song "Hero," from the film "Boyhood."

If we weren't already foaming at the mouths in excitement for the next episode in Dunham's laugh-cry-fest of a series, news of all these new jams would certainly push us over the proverbial edge.