Published Jan 11, 2021Soundtrack legend Danny Elfman recently got back into a pop state of mind with his song "Happy" late last year, and now he's unleashed another track that indulges in his love for industrial and prog rock.
The newly shared song is called "Sorry," and it comes via a seriously wild animated video. The clip features visuals for Elfman's planned live performance of the song at Coachella 2020, which was eventually postponed.
"'Sorry' was the first song I've written for myself in a long time," Elfman explained in a statement. "It began as an obsessive choral-chant instrumental work, which at the time I called 'alien orchestral chamber punk' and evolved slowly into a song. I was surprised by the amount of rage I'd been storing inside myself which came bursting out as soon as I applied my voice."
Watch the video to "Sorry" below.
"Sorry" marks the second track to be released by Elfman from his new label home of Anti-/Epitaph.
As previously reported, Elfman's score to Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands recently got a 30th anniversary vinyl release.