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Listen: ‘Strangers’ by Seven Lions from ‘CITY OF BONES’ soundtrack

Shadowhunters! Take a listen to “Strangers” by Seven Lions (feat. Myon and Shane 54 and Tove Lo) from The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones soundtrack, out August 20.

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17 Comments on Listen: ‘Strangers’ by Seven Lions from ‘CITY OF BONES’ soundtrack

  1. 😦 … sorry but nothing original there, definitely way too “commercial pop dance annoying” for me, and there is no emotion. As my father says : it’s like a toilet paper roll : you unroll and unroll and it’s always the same LOL ! Wonder where in the movie they’ll be putting it. The Twilight movies had such a great soundtrack, especially the first 3, for my taste anyway, I wish they would have done the same for CoB. Strong songs, like Beth’s song “Warrior”, so touching and beautiful ! 😀 It’s really a shame they didn’t use it for CoB. But stil can’t wait for the movie, it will be a great way to end the last day of my summer hollidays 😀

    • I wish warrior was on the soundtrack! Beth is awesome! 🙂

    • I agree… I was so sure the soundtrack will have a lot of Alternative bands like 30 seconds to mars or even Florence & the machine. Its so unfair for us, i mean, the first Twilight movie had Linkin Park, Muse & Paramore!!!.. Am hoping it gets better with ‘Ashes’..

    • I wish warrior was in the soundtrack too, but as we all know 22 million copies were sold, making your very specific taste irrelevant. And this sound track has a lot of songs with versatile and very different styles to fit everyone. Stop complaining… With the whole hipster attitude… Just saying…. It’s going to be a mainstream franchise, hence, the need for some mainstream music… Don’t complain if you want a movie, because the key elements will include what you don’t like.

    • This song has like nothing to do with TMI. Beth’s song was way way better, both of her Mortal Instruments insipired songs.

  2. Sounds like a song that might play while the credits run. You know once the realization hits that Clary and Jace are screwed! Ha I can’t wait to be sitting in the theater with people who haven’t read the books then they are like WTF??? So looking forward to it 🙂

  3. I actually like it !! I bet it’s going to be played during one of the party scenes or the credits though 😀 I have it on replay =)

  4. Love it!

    I loved the soundtracks for Twilight (actually it was probably my favorite thing about those movies) but I feel like the alt rock soundtrack is kind of played out now. I appreciate the music team doing something a bit different and going more electronic and pop.

  5. I like it! I agree, probably as the credits roll. I’ll be sitting there saying, “No! It can’t be over yet!!” I will also be laughing at the shocked people who didn’t read the book! lol!

  6. the movie has a pop/electronic soundtrack i though it would be more like rock or alternative… but i like it so far for the tracks i`ve listened!

  7. teamedwardjace // August 4, 2013 at 8:06 PM // Reply

    i really like this song.! i think the soundtrack although perhaps more pop has something that appeals to tmi fans who have different tastes or ma have more lectic tastes like me who may also love metal! and this song fits jaces feelings for clary!

  8. teamedwardjace // August 4, 2013 at 8:07 PM // Reply

    i did really like beth’s warrior too!

  9. teamedwardjace // August 4, 2013 at 8:10 PM // Reply

    also on wikipedia seven is apparently a metal and fanstay fan and likes viking metal. there are many people who although they may play a certian tpye of music, may be also a a huge fan of other gernes. there also metalers who like pop. i think he likes electronic music but is a huge metal head and likely wants to produce good electronic music. perhaps he’ll turn t o metal

  10. It won’t play…. Where else can I hear it??

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