'Fault in Our Stars' Music Video Features Never Before Seen Footage of Hazel & Gus — VIDEO

The release of the highly anticipated Fault in Our Stars is still a month away, yet fans are as hungry as ever for any new snippet, soundtrack song release, or new photos from the cast. And Wednesday, we got all three of those things in one: A brand Fault in Our Stars music video from Grouplove for their song "Let Me In", featuring never before seen footage from the film. OK? OK.

The LA-based indie band wrote the song specifically for the film's soundtrack, and their video features the rock band, complete with hipster clad-attire and pastel colored hair, as a stark contrast to teenagers Hazel and Gus. In the video, we are privvy to new clips of the couple at therapy, flirting in hallways, and on their trip to Amsterdam. The full soundtrack will be released May 19th, and here's what you can expect from the film's track list, which boasts a handful of recognizable names. And yes, there is a song called "Oblivion".

Ed Sheeran – "All Of The Stars"

Jake Bugg – "Simple As This"

Grouplove – "Let Me In"

Birdy – "Tee Shirt"

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 – "Bomfallerella"

Ray LaMontagne – "Without Words"

Birdy – "Not About Angels"

Lykke Li – "No One Ever Loved"

M83 – "Wait"

Birdy & Jaymes Young – "Best Shot"

Watch the sprinkling of new footage in Grouplove's "Let Me In" below:

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