Frozen 2, the sequel to the Disney film Frozen from 2013, is here and is taking the world by storm. As if that wasn’t cool enough, Panic! at the Disco shared their version of “Into the Unknown,” originally by Elsa Idina Menzel in the film, along with a music video! The cover is also the first song in the film’s end credits!
Zach Sang recently spoke to Idina Menzel on the Zach Sang Show and asked her what she thinks of Brendon Urie’s version of the song. She said, “Oh it’s good, he makes it sound easy to sing those high notes. It’s easy on a certain day and then other days it’s not easy but that’s probably what he’d say too. When you’re in the studio, you can try different things and make mistakes and grab the best one.” She then added, “I’m a big fan of his.”
Panic! At The Disco also released a behind the scenes video, where Brendon says he releates to Olaf, since he’s “carefree, happy-go-lucky all the time.” He tries to do the same, he revealed.
You can watch that full clip below:
Watch Panic! At The Disco’s music video for “Into The Unknown” below: