Not lengthy after turning into one of the best a part of the Twin Peaks: The Return, Michael Cera has come again with one other sudden profession transfer. As reported by Pitchfork, Cera has recorded a brand new music with Sharon Van Etten for the soundtrack to the documentary Diana. Cera says he recorded the music “in a scorching basement with a Roland Jupiter four synthesizer and drum machine,” and he tells Pitchfork that it was written as a placeholder for an additional music. Nonetheless, Dina administrators Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini favored Cera’s monitor sufficient to place it on the finish credit, they usually’ve additionally put collectively a video for it that you could see beneath.
Sadly for anybody hoping that this will likely be a complete new route for Cera (who additionally launched an album in 2014), he says that making music is “only a interest” and never one thing he’d wish to do as a profession.