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Videopolis: Touch The Sky from Pixar’s Brave

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It’s been a while since we dipped into some of the talent that appears on YouTube with our Videopolis series. I think we’ve found a very suitable entry to help bring back the series. Meet Trisha Laya, aka Shathree. She’s a talented young musician from the Philippines, a world traveler, and a Disney fan.

While Pixar’s Brave was not an animated musical, there is no denying how central the music was to properly setting the story. The Julie Fowlis song “Touch They Sky” helped establish Merida as free spirit reaching to break the mold of the typical princess. Shathree’s impressive cover of “Touch The Sky” features herself playing all the instruments and all the vocals assembled together in a multi-track video.

(Note: There’s a little excerpt from Laya’s UK vacation at the end of the video. If you want to skip that I don’t think she’ll mind.)

Hope you liked it. As always, please don’t hesitate to send any tips or finds you think would be great to have featured in future Videopolis segments.

5 thoughts on “Videopolis: Touch The Sky from Pixar’s Brave”

  1. Maria Teresa Salas Laya

    Thank you very very much! Our family appreciates your blog about our daughter Trisha, she really is working hard on making these videos, her heart is into this. We really appreciate you noticing her work! God bless you!

  2. The Disney Blog should also see her “The Gospel Truth – cover”. Since she loves Disney very much. Most of her Youtube covers are Disney’s OST’s. Hope to see another blog about her soon.

  3. I would like to see her to have more blog since she is very very good at it.everything are very beautiful that i love all of them. / love you all.

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