mp3: Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Karen O – “The Moon Song”

KAREN O THE MOON SONG
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It turns out that Arcade Fire aren’t the only ones supplying visionary film director Spike Jonze with new music for his latest film project, Her. It seems that the Where The Wild Things Are helmer has once again tapped Yeah Yeah Yeahs formidable frontwoman Karen O to contribute some new music to one of his movies. The song she wrote for Her is called “The Moon Song” and Warner Bros., in their infinite generosity, have decided to give away the song for free. Check it out below:

As previously reported, Her centers around a man (Joaquin Phoenix), living in near-future Los Angeles, who buys the world’s first artificially intelligent operating system and falls in love with it/her. “It basically turns into a human, this entity, this consciousness, on his computer,” said Jonze. Scarlett Johansson provides the voice of the operating system. Rooney Mara, Amy Adams, Chris Pratt and Olivia Wilde also star. Watch the trailer below:

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