'Frozen Fever's New Music Is Here & It's Just As Magical As You Knew It'd Be
Considering the fact that it has just started to warm up after a blisteringly cold winter, I can't imagine being excited about something that's frozen... that is, unless it has to do with Disney's Frozen. The monolith animated musical has a mini-sequel on its way, Frozen Fever , and a preview of the new music from the project is finally available on The Hollywood Reporter. Composer Christophe Beck creates a dazzling soundscape that brings you right back into the kingdom of Arendelle. You can just hear the winds whipping through the fjords and the Scandanavian reindeer clomping around town! For a short, it has all of the big Disney musical flare of its major motion pictures.
Frozen Fever, which will premiere along with the upcoming live-action Cinderella film Friday, brings the whole gang back together to celebrate Anna's birthday. However, just when Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven are ready to throw a royal party, Elsa gets sick. Since Elsa has the power to freeze everything in sight, a bout of sneezing doesn't just mean an extra trip to the store for Kleenex — it means lots and lots of ice.
Though it's definitely a difficult fear to top the sensational success of Frozen's Idina Menzel song, "Let it Go," Frozen Fever will feature a new song, "Making Today a Perfect Day," which could easily rival the hit song.
Take a listen to the new music and get back into that Frozen feeling here.