It may just be starting to feel like spring, but summer is right around the corner - and so is Tomorrowland. This year, the festival (which is celebrating its 10th anniversary with two weekends) is receiving a 10-minute long classical hymn from renowned composer Hans Zimmer.
Hans will work with his symphony orchestra in London at the famous AIR Studios, where the soundtracks for films like Inception, Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Dark Knight were created.
In a trailer, Hans says, "Tomorrowland is a known quantity to me, and after ten years I think they deserve something special for their anniversary. It should be culturally diverse and should somehow represent the whole world. The hymn is about bringing different cultures together. All the things that make us different are actually the things we should be celebrating."
Will Zimmer show up to the 10th anniversary of Tomorrowland? You bet! "I am definitely planning on coming anniversary edition of Tomorrowland. Being caged up in a dark room, with a dark movie all my life, occasionally I've earned the right to go out there and just, go crazy."
Check out the trailer below. Yesterday is History, Today is a Gift, Tomorrow is Mystery...