It’s not that long of a song. At just shy of two minutes, the track is this low-key arrangement of horns and strings and claps. There’s what sounds like a flute leading the thrust of the main melody, with some stringed instruments following suit. Then, around the one-minute mark, the theme ramps up into a full-blown crescendo. Everything is blaring. The horns are popping off. The piano is hammering those keys. The cymbals are adding some drama. It goes!

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With Tears of the Kingdom dropping in May, we don’t have much longer until we can hear the full theme in the context of the final game. Maybe it’ll serve as more than just the opening theme? Maybe it’ll get remixed for the final boss fight? Can’t say. For now, at least, we get to vibe out to this bop of a tune.