Tegan and Sara's New Song Will Surely Join These 7 Other Lovable Hipster Soundtracks

Fun news, indie fans. Tegan and Sara's new single "Don't Fina Another Love" for the Endless Love soundtrack premiered today on Just Jared and we're totally swooning for it. It has all the makings of a great Tegan and Sara love song: aching lyrics and just enough peppy beats to keep you dancing instead of crying. Endless Love is the Alex Pettyfer (Of Magic Mike fame) and Gabriella Wilde movie about a privileged rich girl and her star-crossed affair with a fella from the wrong side of the tracks. OH EM GEE I WONDER IF THEY'LL END UP TOGETHER AGAINST ALL ODDS?

Okay, so the movie sounds a little corny, but hey, at least it has a killer soundtrack. Tegan and Sara are joined by NONONO, The Bird and The Bee featuring Matt Berninger of The National, Echosmith, Franz Ferdinand, Tanlines (!!!!), and Guards. That's a Songza playlist for "Having A Lot of Feelings At the Office" waiting to happen.

It will soon join the ranks of these 7 other Soundtracks For Your Bleeding Hipster Heart. Take a look:

'Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World'

Beachwood Sparks’ cover of “By Your Side” is the feelsiest track I’ve heard in ages. And yes I put it on a mixtape for my ex.

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'Where The Wild Things Are'

Let’s just talk about the fact Karen O. from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs did the whole score for this film. Ripped from the pages of my high school Live Journal dreams.

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'Inside Llewyn Davis'

Oh sure, as if Justin Timberlake, Stark Sands, and Carey Mulligan singing “500 Miles” doesn’t make you lose your shit.

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'500 Days of Summer'

Because you’ve really outgrown the Garden State soundtrack.


'Frances Ha'

Pitchfork and Sundance had a baby and it was the Frances Ha soundtrack.


'Short Term 12'

The music is as chilling as the film. Which says a lot, considering it’s a movie about the residents and employees of a group home. Keith Stanfield’s song will destroy you and it’s a travesty this film and its music were ignored by the Academy this year.

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I don’t know you but I….*sobs*