Music from The Vampire Diaries Season 4, Episode 2: “Memorial”

*Spoiler Alert: Please note that this post features poignant music moments from the second episode of The Vampire Diaries Season 4 and therefore contains spoilers and scene descriptions. Do not read any further if you have not yet watched “Memorial.”

Caroline & Tyler at church - "Memorial'

Photo Credit: The Vampire Diaries / The CW

The fourth season of The Vampire Diaries is already off to a great start. Having fully watched the first two episodes, we can affirm that the writing is riveting, the acting on point, and all the surprises thus far have made for unexpected tear-inducing moments. And another thing that’s better than ever? All the mesmerizing tunes! Check out the official playlist for The Vampire Diaries Season 4, Episode 2 below for to find out which songs were featured in “Memorial”!

  • “Change” by Kopecky Family Band: Plays when Stefan pops some vintage champagne with Elena to celebrate her “first” feed, but is interrupted by his brother Damon.
  • Woe Is Me. . . I Am Ruined” by The Lonely Forest: Plays when Liz Forbes confronts Damon at the Mystic Grill about the explosion that killed the Founders Council members, and Connor interrupts to ask if he can speak with her in private.
  • Fear And Loathing” by Marina and the Diamonds: Plays while Elena and Damon are getting intimate in the Mystic Grill bathroom after she taps his vein like a keg. Meanwhile Tyler and Caroline are hooking up.
  • How Can I Keep From Singing” by St. Phillips Boy’s Choir: Plays during the memorial service as Matt allows Elena to feed on his blood.
  • Youth Knows No Pain” by Lykke Li: Plays when Connor hits up the Mystic Grill and asks Matt Donovan what happened to his neck. He lies that his neck wound is courtesy of his kinky girlfriend.
  • Ungodly Hour” by The Fray: Plays while Stefan, Matt, Caroline, Jeremy, Bonnie, and Elena light up the paper lanterns and commemorate their loved ones by setting their grief free into the Mystic Falls night sky. Also plays during Damon’s soliloquy at the Mystic Falls cemetery where he is talking to Alaric Saltzman’s grave but, unbeknownst to him, Alaric’s ghost is right there catching every word.

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