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Arcade Fire Share Baby Mine From New Dumbo Soundtrack

Monday, 11 March 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Arcade Fire have released a new song.

Baby Mine will feature on the soundtrack to Tim Burton’s new live action Dumbo film, due for release in late March. Originally written by Frank Churchill and Ned Washington for the 1941 movie, the lullaby gets a distinct twist for its 2019 remake, something only Arcade Fire could pull off.

Complete with what sounds like a full orchestra in a closing crescendo, Win Butler explained how the song was a family affair.

“My mom plays the harp on the track, my brother the theremin, my wife [Régine Chassagne] sings and plays drums, and our son even plays the triangle, as well as the rest of our ‘family’ in Arcade Fire. I will forever relate to the song thinking about the people I hold so dear that are so precious to me.”

Listen to both the original and Arcade Fire reboot below.

Arcade Fire released 'Everything Now' in 2017.





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