The new Broadway musical Frozen (now in previews) has released a second song written specifically for the stage adaptation of the Disney animated hit. Take a listen above to "What Do You Know About Love?," a duet for Anna and Kristoff (played on stage by Patti Murin and Jelani Alladin).
The Act 1 song tracks one of the earliest interactions between the two as Kristoff joins Anna in her journey to find her sister.
"We always wanted to write more songs for Kristoff, but Jonathan Groff has a terrible voice," co-composer Robert Lopez joked at a recent press event before offering a sample of the song with his collaborator and wife, Kristen Anderson-Lopez. The duet replaces action sequences seen on screen with melodies to chart the blossoming dynamic: "By the time they've both been in peril and spent some time going up this mountain, they now have a newfound respect for one another, and they've crossed into a new level of their friendship."
Last week, Frozen released a music video for Elsa's 11 o'clock number "Monster." Two more songs new to the story—Elsa's "Dangerous to Dream" and Anna's "True Love"—will drop over the next two weeks as part of the musical's "Frozen Fridays" series.
Each track will be available to stream and download at FrozentheMusical.com.
The musical, directed by Michael Grandage, will officially open at the St. James Theatre March 22.