The Deliciously Dark Song That Should Have Been in Disney's Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
Song "What is Good?" enchants with haunting vocals and lyrics that explore the blurred lines between good and evil in the world of Disney's Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.
By: Hundred Acre Music
"Disney has done such a brilliant job in creating depth for Maleficent's character," says Evans. "As a songwriter, I was compelled to write a song inspired by the complex emotional and psychological motivations behind this infamous villain."
The song's chorus both chills and soars with lyrics, "Darkness is misunderstood // It's doing not just what we should // This is our enchanted wood // So who decides what is good?" and perfectly captures the searing anger and rebellious spirit of Maleficent.
In the music video, Evans departs from her normal sunny persona and steps into a villainous aesthetic, staring down the camera with her bright green eyes, intense and imposing.
"It was fun to play a different role outside my comfort zone," reflects Evans. "I love the whimsy and romance of other Disney characters like Cinderella and Rapunzel, but there's a fierceness and power in Maleficent that's so compelling."
Music and lyrics for "What is Good?" by Christine Evans.
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About Christine Evans & The Sound of Magic
Christine Evans is a singer-songwriter from Canada who now calls San Francisco, CA home.
She achieved early success with her first two self-written albums released through Warner Music Canada, followed by a collaboration with Grammy award winning producer Matt Bronlewee for her EP "Standing on the Edge."
Her latest project is The Sound of Magic, where she sings original songs inspired by Disney films every week on YouTube. This new project launched on September 30, 2019.
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