Best Coast have covered the Scooby-Doo theme song – hear it below.
The duo’s new version comes from the soundtrack to new movie SCOOB! which is out today (May 15).
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The 12-track soundtrack also includes the likes of Rico Nasty and Charlie Puth. The new film documents how Scooby-Doo stars Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred initially became friends.
Best Coast released their new album ‘Always Tomorrow’ back in February. In a three-star review of the record, NME called it “fun, self-aware surf rock that’s high on ideas but low on ambition,” adding: “‘Always Tomorrow’ boasts a handful of punchy, promising songs but it’s frustratingly unambitious in scope.
“When the album treads old ground, the ideas are stale. Hopefully a bigger rejuvenation is on the horizon.”
Vocalist Bethany Cosentino recently spoke to NME about the band’s new album, revealing that she “questioned whether [she] would ever be able to make music again” after the band’s last album, 2015’s ‘California Nights’.
“I started attempting to write for this record about three and a half years ago, and I was struggling a lot,” she revealed.
“When we finally got to a place where we were able to go in and make the album, we just wanted to do something that showed the growth we’d experienced after ten years together as a band – an evolved, older version of ourselves that didn’t strip away the core of who we are. I think we accomplished that.”