With mere months left until the nationwide debut of Disney’s Frozen 2, we’re all wondering one thing—what play-on-repeat tune will replace the now-infamously iconic “Let It Go?”

Following last week’s release of the full-length film trailer, it looks like Disney is also giving us a glimpse into what we can expect from the sequel’s soundtrack.

Even though the littles won’t stop singing “Let It Go,” with the addition of the newest flick in the Frozen franchise it looks like “Into the Unknown” is next in line to secure a forever place in your kiddo’s heart.

Composed by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, “Into the Unknown” features Idina Menzel belting out the lyrics—as none other than Elsa. Along with Elsa’s soon-to-be hit, the soundtrack also includes an original score from Christophe Beck as well as covers of “Into the Unknown” by Panic! At the Disco, “All Is Found” by Kacey Musgraves (which is sung in the film by Evan Rachel Woods) and Olaf’s (Josh Gad’s) “Lost in the Woods” by Weezer.

Walt Disney Records will release the soundtrack on Nov.15, but you can pre-order it digitally, pre-save it on Spotify or pre-add it on Apple Music right now. Frozen 2 will hit theaters Nov. 22!

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Walt Disney Animation Studios via YouTube

 

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