“Let It Go” was a cultural phenomena that will honestly be very hard to replicate. Kudos to Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez for trying to up themselves on the Frozen 2 soundtrack.
Even if “Into the Unknown” isn’t the next “Let It Go”, it still sounds really, really good.
The soundtrack for the highly anticipated sequel to 2013’s Frozen will be released on Nov. 15. Ahead of that launch, we have one of three post-credit songs released. The song? Panic! At the Disco covering “Into the Unknown”.
Let’s be real here, first. If anyone can match Idina Menzel’s sheer vocal power, then it’s going to be Brendon Urie. (Demi Lovato comes damn close too. Her cover of “Let It Go” is pretty amazing.)
The song was released in its entirety on Monday, Nov. 4. It captures what seems to be an inner struggle within Elsa as she has a life, a good one. She should be satisfied with what she has, but part of her feels a call to go elsewhere. That’s a really cool dichotomy to explore for the character.
As a Panic! fan, it’s just always nice to hear Urie’s voice. The band has previously covered “The Greatest Show” from The Greatest Showman.
Check it out below.
The other post-credit songs are Kacey Musgraves singing “All Is Found” and Weezer singing “Lost In The Woods” from the soundtrack.
Frozen 2 will be out in theatres on Nov. 22.
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