Movie News: Hear a 'Song of The Lonely Mountain', Neil Finn's Theme To THE HOBBIT...

Written by Kris Heys Monday, 12 November 2012

Movie News

Following in the footsteps of Annie Lennox, Enya and Emiliana Torrini, New Zealand recording artist Neil Finn has been chosen by Peter Jackson to provide the closing credits theme song to his latest Middle-earth opus. But you don't have to wait until December 14th to hear it, as the Rolling Stone website has just released the full track on their site. Even better, that means that you can now make a quick dash for the exits as soon as the screen fades black without missing anything - after sitting through a 2hr and 40 minute movie (plus adds and trailers) your Fanta-filled bladder will thank you. 

Click HERE to listen. It's good! (Though I hope I'm not alone in asking: "Who the hell is Neil Finn?!")

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY is released December 14th 2012; THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG December 13th 2013; and THERE AND BACK AGAIN on July 18th 2014.

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0 #4 James 2012-11-20 04:05
Quoting Tom:
Who the hell is Neil Finn?



The ignorance of some people is unbelievable. I wonder if Tom knows who The Beatles were? Or Elvis? or does he just have a problem in general because this song does not live up to his expectations?
A better question would be,who the hell is Tom?
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0 #3 Mr Cheese 2012-11-17 14:41
Quoting Tom:
Who the hell is Neil Finn?


Crowded House frontman
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-1 #2 Tom 2012-11-17 12:11
Who the hell is Neil Finn?
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0 #1 Mr Cheese 2012-11-14 01:42
Not exactly "Battle of Evermore" is it?
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