Arcade Fire gave the 1941’s ballad “Baby Mine” a melancholy, rock rendition for the Tim Burton-directed Dumbo (due out in cinemas on March 29).
The Canadian-based band launched the total model of the monitor on Monday (March 11), following their tease every week prior. Although it might be thought of a candy melody, it's truly a heartachingly unhappy tune, as within the unique animated film, Dumbo’s mom sings it to him after they’ve been separated. Arcade Fire, nevertheless, provides it a recent, uplifting sound.
“Baby mine, don't you cry/ Baby mine, dry your eyes/ Rest your head near my coronary heart/ Never to half, child of mine,” the slow-tempo tune opens with a contact of harp.
In a earlier press launch, frontman Win Butler stated they recorded the tune as a household. “My mother performs the harp on the monitor, my brother [William Butler] the theremin, my spouse [Régine Chassagne] sings and performs drums, and our son even performs the triangle, in addition to the remainder of our ‘household’ in Arcade Fire,” Butler acknowledged.
He added that he “will eternally relate to the tune occupied with the individuals I maintain so expensive which are ‘so valuable to me.’ Listen for the cameo of my grandpa Alvino’s well-known Sonovox on the finish.”
Listen to Arcade Fire’s “Baby Mine” rendition and see a clip of Disney’s upcoming movie under.