This is a very slow and calm song, very similar to the previous song due to the same artist being present, however this piece of audio is more atmospheric, drawing the audience in. It has a sound that connotes mystery and suspense, however is more peaceful and calming than the piece of work that we are producing. We can also hear the sound of children playing in the background which can be translated as quite sinister. however, the song is again too repetitive and would not build on our story that we have for our trailer.
Crazy In Love by Beyonce (L'Orchestra Cinematique)
This piece of music is an instrumental cover of Beyonce's Crazy In Love, produced using an orchestra, which connotes authority and wealth in relation to the entertainment value they used to have for the rich in previous decades. This wealth and authority that the song connotes fits out atmosphere perfectly, with characters in our trailer "keeping up appearances", however showing their troubled side. Fitting this type of instrumental structure with a popular contemporary song fit perfectly with our trailer as we see the contrast of the old and new presenting the contrast of trouble, yet high image.
I Wanna Be Yours by Arctic Monkeys
This audio piece connotes mystery and suspicion, an idea that we wanted to produce through our music use. We wanted to include lyrics, which we are glad are used on here, although we don't believe that the lyrics match to what we are producing. The beat is slow, which emphasises the mystery of the piece, as well as connoting suspicion, which we see in the trailer through each character hiding their secret issues; it is hard-hitting and attractive to the young audience, especially as the Arctic Monkeys are huge at the moment.
Female Robbery by The Neighbourhood
Ignoring the beginning which starts with talking, we are thrown in to a heavy beat, immediately making the audience feel enticed to know what the trailer is. The lyrics fit perfectly to what we are demonstrating in our trailer, opening with "I think I found hell", which illustrates our idea of each character fighting their own personal devils. This fits perfectly, although we still enjoy the idea of a new, contemporary song being revamped to connote a mysterious tone, like the 'Crazy In Love' remix.
Say My Name/ Cry me a River by The Neighbourhood (Destiny's Child/ Justin Timberlake cover)