Hear Carly Rae Jepsen’s new music from Canadian film ‘Leap!’

One of such tracks,   “Cut to the Feeling,” leaked online over the weekend, teasing an addictive, sugary-sweet dance-pop ditty with a soaring chorus and upbeat production. That was actually a contender for [E·MO·TION: Side B] and, originally, the first album,” Jepsen previously told EW of the song. “It was almost too cinematic and theatrical. this fall, though it began a slow   overseas rollout at the tail end of last year. Carly Rae Jepsen once   drove   the pop conversation at the top of the mainstream charts with one of the biggest singles of the modern era; now, in a post-“Call Me Maybe” world, we’re living in a time   where the   31-year-old Canadian is settling firmly into a creative resurgence   despite a dramatic commercial decline, with a newfound uptick in quality that sees even her   rejected album cuts snatching the   wigs   of industry competition. Show Full Article “That was definitely from the era of E·MO·TION. “I was like, ‘Actually, this has been in my back pocket. “When Ballerina came along, I met with people as I was doing the voiceover for [the character Odette] and they were showing me a couple scenes. I’ve been saving it for the B-sides, but if this works for you guys, I’d be stoked to share it.’”
Ballerina will be released domestically under the title Leap! There was one in particular where they were like, ‘We’re looking for the right song for this, do you have anything?’” she   continued. I was like, ‘If I had my way with it, this would be great for a musical or movie!’”
In addition to contributing music to the film, Jepsen also voices one of its characters, Odette. The audio for “Cut to the Feeling” — which can be heard on SoundCloud here —   was likely   ripped from the film’s Blu-ray release. The song — which appears in the French-Canadian animated film Ballerina   — was cut from Jepsen’s 2016 compilation album   E•MO•TION: Side B, which features tunes that didn’t make the final track list   of her 2015 pop bible   E•MO•TION.