Arcade Fire have recorded their version of “Baby Mine” for Tim Burton’s Dumbo. You can listen to a tease below.

The Canadian rockers’ cover of the 1941 lullaby will appear as the credits roll in theatres later this month.

Frontman Win Butler explained how the film holds a part of his family’s history, saying,

“There is a scene with a locomotive in the original ‘Dumbo’ that uses an instrument called the Sonovox that my grandpa Alvino Rey made famous in the 1930s. Every time I saw the film I thought it was him. When we were asked to do the [end credit version of ‘Baby Mine’], I immediately got all of my grandfather’s old guitars and wanted to play them in the song.”

Not only does the original song feature a family member, the updated version features a multitude of the Butlers.

“My mom plays the harp on the track, my brother the theremin, my wife sings and plays drums, and our son even plays the triangle, as well as the rest of our ‘family’ in Arcade Fire. I will forever relate to the song thinking about the people I hold so dear that are so precious to me. Listen for the cameo of my grandpa Alvino’s famous Sonovox at the end.”

Regine Chassagne added: “It’s a story we need to tell again.”

“A lot has changed since 1941, and we are still on that quest to allow for all people to accept and celebrate who they are on this planet.”

The band has commented that they’ve been busy working on new music they hope to release in 2019.

The film opens in theatres March 29.