The Song In The 'X-Men' Super Bowl Trailer Is One Of The Most Badass Coldplay Covers Ever — VIDEO

Sunday night was pretty much the best ever for movie fans — in addition to a copious amount of hilarious, major ads, tons of movies dropped brand new trailers during the presentation of the Super Bowl. One of those movies? X-Men: Apocalypse released a trailer, complete with appearances from stars Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, Sophie Turner, and James McAvoy — as well as a haunting rendition of Coldplay's 2001 single, "Don't Panic." But, since it's definitely not Coldplay who's singing the track, it's worth wondering: Who sings the song in the X-Men Super Bowl trailer?

Turns out, the song itself is pretty new, so don't feel bad if you haven't heard it before. It's a cover of "Don't Panic" by 17-year-old recording artist Clairity, and it was just released on iTunes Sunday, Feb. 7 (it hit YouTube a day before that, on Feb. 6) — aka, the same day of the Super Bowl and the X-Men trailer. Basically, it's a brand new track, and one that's likely about to take the world by storm considering it just received one of the biggest debuts a track could... like, ever.

Upon the trailer's release, Clairity herself — whose real name is Claire Rachel Wilkinson — tweeted her excitement and shock at hearing her song in the trailer:

Adorable (and honestly, I'd probably be crying too much to even type correctly, so kudos, girl). She added a special shoutout to Coldplay, who performed the Super Bowl 50 halftime show, soon after:

This truly makes the song's inclusion in the trailer even more special — not to mention makes me want to listen to the track on repeat even more than I already am. Not only are Clairity's vocals epic, but she totally made the already amazing song her own. It's totally badass.

Clairity Music on YouTube

You can check out the trailer below. X-Men: Apocalypse will hit theaters on May 27, 2016.

20th Century Fox on YouTube

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