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Disney reveals first new ‘Frozen 2’ song — ‘Into the Unknown’

Chris Pastrick
Idina Menzel returns as Elsa in Disney’s “Frozen 2.”

Parents, get your ears ready for a possible onslaught.

In a new 60-second preview released Monday, Disney revealed the first new song from its upcoming “Frozen 2.”

In the clip, the song “Into the Unknown” is sung by Elsa, aka Idina Menzel — the voice that parents have heard singing “Let it Go” like 8,000 times.

The song was written by the Oscar-winning team of Bobby Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.

The sequel to the 2013 hit follows Elsa and Anna as they learn of the existence of an enchanted forest, walled off to the world by a magical mist. Something in that forest is calling to Elsa and she — and the others — must journey to discover why.

It’s slated to hit theaters Nov. 22.

Chris Pastrick is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Chris at 412-320-7898, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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