Many of you will have already heard the first of Arcade Fire’s two contributions to the Hunger Games sound track (if you haven’t then head here) however last night the second surfaced online. 'Horn of Plenty' is a two minute orchestral piece composed by both Win Butler and Régine Chassange, which has an air of regimented authority about it.

The Arcade Fire frontman, Win, had this to say:

"We were interested in making music that would be more integral in the movie, just as a mental exercise. And there's an anthem that runs throughout the books, the national anthem of the fascist Capitol. So as a thought experiment, we tried to write what that might sound like. It's like the Capitol's idea of itself, basically. It's not a pop song or anything – more of an anthem that could be playing at a big sporting event like the Games. So we did a structure for that, and then James Newton Howard made a movie-score version of it that happens in several places in the film."

Listen to 'Horn of Plenty' here.