We first learned of the band’s involvement with the soundtrack in late September when the Disney film unveiled the full tracklisting. Elsa (Idina Menzel) performs the track in the movie, while P!ATD recorded their own version for the end credits.
This isn’t the first time Panic! has been involved with movie soundtracks. The band’s epic cover of the beloved Queen track “Bohemian Rhapsody” made its way to the Suicide Squad soundtrack in 2016, joining twenty one pilots, G-Eazy and more. Most recently, they appeared on The Greatest Showman’s reimagined soundtrack in 2018 with their version of “The Greatest Show.”
“Into The Unknown” was first released with a lyric video Nov. 4. Check out the official music video for the track below.
Other scene favorites are also featured on the movie soundtrack. Weezer is taking on “Lost in the Woods,” which is sung by Jonathan Groff as Kristoff in the film. Meanwhile, Kacey Musgraves made heer own version of “All Is Found” originally sung by Evan Rachel Wood as Anna and Elsa’s mother, Queen Iduna, in the movie.
Frozen 2 and it’s accompanying soundtrack are out now. The album is available here with the full tracklisting below.
Frozen 2 soundtrack listing:
1. “All Is Found,” performed by Evan Rachel Wood
2. “Some Things Never Change,” performed by Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff
3. “Into the Unknown,” performed by Idina Menzel (feat. AURORA)
4. “When I Am Older,” performed by Josh Gad
5. “Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People (Cont.),” performed by Jonathan Groff
6. “Lost in the Woods,” performed by Jonathan Groff
7. “Show Yourself,” performed by Idina Menzel and Evan Rachel Wood
8. “The Next Right Thing,” performed by Kristen Bell
9. “Into the Unknown,” performed by Panic! At the Disco (end credits)
10. “All Is Found,” performed by Kacey Musgraves (end credits)
11. “Lost in the Woods,” performed by Weezer (end credits)
More on Panic! At The Disco
Joined by Josh Dun and Pete Wentz, the musicians streamed themselves playing video games. Donations of $10 received a prize raffle entry with $25 donations earning a gift. The musician is also playing Fortnite without a weapon at $10,000 raised and at $50,000 he played a drum solo live. After donations reached $75,000, Urie ended up premiering his new metal song.
metal has been my favourite genre since i was 12, thank you brendon urie for my life pic.twitter.com/Oa3FFf348Y
— morgan (@goldenxurie) November 16, 2019
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