Who doesn’t love music? We do. Our taste may be all over the place, but when it comes down to it, the most important thing is how a song makes us feel and what it brings out of us. After all, music says the things that we can not say ourselves.
The artist worked with Hans Zimmer on new track, ‘Take Me Back Home’, an original song for the documentary Frozen Planet II. It’s the first time for a BBC One natural history landmark release to have an original song. We’re kinda loving this and hope that more documentaries have their own music.
“I wrote a song with @HansZimmer for Madre Tierra. Anyone who knows me knows this feels so true to me. The natural world is an endless well of awe, magic, and deep belonging to me. I had this song in my body, in my soul for many many years before we wrote it. ✨✨✨✨ @BBCEarth,” Camila wrote on Twitter.
“It’s a love song to the natural world, but it’s also my way of processing the heartache. Loving Her 🌍 is part of the fight. #FrozenPlanet2 coming soon to @BBCEarth,” she continued.
The documentary show animals in their natural habitat in places such as the Arctic, Antarctic, Tundra, Boreal Forest and the High Mountains. It is described as “is a spellbinding six-episode journey through earth’s magical icy lands including the north and south poles, narrated by Sir David Attenborough.”
See the trailer below.