Metric, Vampire Weekend, Beck and Bat for Lashes Contributing New Material to Twilight: Eclipse Soundtrack

Metric, Vampire Weekend, Beck and Bat for Lashes Contributing New Material to <i>Twilight: Eclipse</i> Soundtrack
Last year, the makers of the Twilight movies managed to earn some unexpected indie cred for New Moon's original soundtrack, which featured new cuts from the likes of Thom Yorke, Grizzly Bear and Bon Iver.

The upcoming sequel, Eclipse, looks to have a similarly impressive soundtrack, which the makers are unveiling track-by-track over on MySpace. Although the MySpace page is currently down, you can get the updates over at the MySpaceMusic Twitter, with new updates being posted every half hour.

Several of the tracks have so far been revealed, most notably a collaboration between Beck and Bat for Lashes called "Let's Get Lost." Also, Toronto, ON new wavers Metric will be contributing the theme song "Eclipse (All Yours)," and Vampire Weekend have a track called "Jonathan Low." More artists set to contribute include the Black Keys, the Bravery, Fanfarlo and Florence + the Machine.

Although it has not yet been announced in the rollout, Twilight author Stephanie Meyer's official website revealed last week that the soundtrack's first single would be by Muse (apparently Meyer's favourite band).

We still have some more tracks to go. We'll update this post once the full tracklist has been revealed.

Twilight: Eclipse is due in theatres on June 30.

UPDATE: Here is the complete tracklist:

Twilight: Eclipse soundtrack:

1. Metric "Eclipse (All Yours)"
2. Muse "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)"
3. The Bravery "Ours"
4. Florence + the Machine "Heavy In Your Arms"
5. Sia "My Love"
6. Fanfarlo "Atlas"
7. The Black Keys "Chop And Change"
8. The Dead Weather "Rolling In On A Burning Tire"
9. Beck and Bat for Lashes "Let's Get Lost"
10. Vampire Weekend "Jonathan Low"
11. UNKLE "With You In My Head (ft. The Black Angels)"
12. Eastern Conference Champions "A Million Miles An Hour"
13. Band of Horses "Life On Earth"
14. Cee-Lo Green "What Part Of Forever"
15. Howard Shore "Jacob's Theme"