Metallic bandleader and pop Matt Heafy from Trivium has finished all steel mother and father a favor by overlaying “Life Is a Freeway,” the large track from Disney’s hit film Automobiles. The brand new heavy recording is newest model of the 1991 Tom Cochrane track, made extra well-known by Rascal Flatt’s cowl within the worldwide film sensation Automobiles in 2005.
Heafy says he determined to cowl the track for his younger son, Akira. Akira is nearly 5 years outdated, and one half of twins that Heafy and his spouse had in November of 2018.
The quilt of “Life is a Freeway,” the most well-liked track from one of the vital widespread child’s film franchises ever, is just not the primary kids’s associated challenge that Heafy has taken on. Earlier this 12 months, Heafy was a part of the workforce that launched “Ibaraki and Mates,” a rhyming image ebook of Japanese folktales for youngsters. An Ibararki and Mates lullaby CD was additionally launched together with the ebook.
It is also not Heafy’s first try at a canopy track, as he is thrived with covers by way of his social media in recent times. The singer jumped on the 2 largest track traits popping out of this 12 months’s Stranger Issues season by overlaying Kate Bush’s “Operating Up That Hill” in type of Metallica’s “Grasp of Puppets.” And he and Ten Second Songs guru Anthony Vincent not too long ago challenged themselves to cowl Blink-182 in 20 Completely different Types. See the video for that and stream his cowl of “Life is a Freeway,” under.
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Contemporary takes on older favorites.