Rowdy UK folk upstarts Mumford & Sons and rising singer-songwriter, Birdy (famous for being really good at covering Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love”) have recorded a song together for Pixar’s new film Brave. The film may not be getting the reviews Pixar films are used to, but the soundtrack is decidedly solid. On credits scorer, “Learn Me Right,” Birdy takes the reigns while being supported by the sublime harmonies of the men of Mumford & Sons. Quite the honor for someone who was born on the second half of the 90s, don’t you think?
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