Disney Prom’s Soundtrack Features New And Original Songs By Cutting-edge Bands

Disney's "Prom" brings with it a sensational soundtrack CD from Hollywood Records. Featuring new and original songs by cutting-edge bands such as Hollywood Records' Allstar Weekend, Travie McCoy, and Neon Trees, the "Prom" soundtrack arrives in stores and at online retailers April 26. The film opens nationwide April 29.

The soundtrack CD features new and emerging artists, including Hollywood Records band Allstar Weekend. Their song, "Not Your Birthday," is one of the album's focus tracks, and the band was recently tapped to tour with label mates Selena Gomez & The Scene this summer. The video for "Not Your Birthday" is rapidly approaching 1.5 million views on Vevo.   In addition, the "We'll Be Alright" video with Travie McCoy debuted last week, and Neon Trees' "Your Surrender" video is set to premiere later this week.

Other tracks on the album include "I'll Be Yours" by the Swedish indie pop band Those Dancing Days; "Your Surrender" from the Utah-based alt band Neon Trees; singer-rapper Travie McCoy with "We'll Be Alright"; "Time Stand," written and recorded by actor Thomas McDonell's band Moon; "Dreams" by the Boston electro-pop band Passion Pit; "Please Speak Well of Me" by The Weepies; "We Could Be Anything" by actor Nolan Sotillo, who co-stars in the film; Shere with "In Deep"; Oh Darling performing "Prettiest Thing"; Montreal-based pop-punk band Simple Plan with "Can't Keep My Hands Off You;" San Antonio sister act Girl in A Coma with "Come On, Let's Go"; "Almost There" performed by Jersey band Opus Orange featuring Lauren Hillman; Swedish quintet Shout Out Louds with "Impossible."

With an ensemble cast including Aimee Teegarden, Thomas McDonell, Nolan Sotillo, Danielle Campbell and Yin Chang, "Prom" tells several intersecting stories set at one high school as the big dance approaches. The film portrays the precarious passage from high school to independence as some relationships unravel and others ignite.

For Nova Prescott (Teegarden), it's a battle of wills as she finds herself drawn to the guy (McDonell) who gets in the way of her perfect prom. Fellow seniors Mei (Chang) and Tyler (Nixon) harbor secrets, while others face all the insecurity and anticipation that surrounds one of high school's most seminal events. There are hundreds of nights in high school, but there's only one "Prom."