If you’ve seen the trailer for Disney’s new movie Planes: Fire & Rescue, you’re already familiar with the feel-good song that accompanies it. Up-in-coming singer/songwriter Spencer Lee is the man behind the movie’s leading track, “Still I Fly,” an incredibly powerful, inspirational tune that’s been stuck in our heads for days! The song is featured on the film’s soundtrack, which is out today, and also features music by Brad Paisley and Mark Mancina. Here’s the movie’s description:
When Dusty learns that his engine is damaged and he may never race again, he joins forces with fire and rescue helicopter Blade Ranger and his team, The Smokejumpers, to battle a massive wildfire.
Mark our words when we say 22-year-old Spencer is going to be the next big thing! Seriously, this guy is amaze! Click through the gallery below to find out more about him and be sure to see Planes: Fire & Rescue when it hits theaters on July 18!
What’s your all-time favorite Disney movie?
"Hercules because it's about a misfit who knows he's built for something so much bigger than his little town."Photo: Instagram
Which celeb are you crushing on at this very moment?
"It's a tie between Lana Del Ray and this amazing new artist called Moxie Raia."Photo: Instagram
Who are some of your professional inspirations?
"If I can, I want to make art that has Johnny Cash's guts, Keith Richards' swagger, and Stevie Wonder's soul. I love that hard edge in Nirvana's guitars, and the locked, sexy grooves on MJ or Prince. Basically anything that comes from a place that's raw and visceral, from artists who draw from a deeper, more intimate, maybe even darker place."Photo: Instagram
What's your life motto?
"'Here to perform.' I have it tattooed on my arm."Photo: Instagram
The app on your phone you can't live without is:
"GarageBand. You'd be shocked at how much of my album I made on that."Photo: Instagram
What's your spirit animal?
"I like to think it's something wild like a wolf, but it's probably just a big dog. Because I'm friendly, too."Photo: Instagram
Anything else you want your fans to know?
"I just put out a song called 'Bubblegum,' which is a track off my upcoming album. I wrote it with Freddy Wexler and I don't think I can say too much about it here... but I will say it's pretty raunchy and REALLY fun to sing."Photo: Instagram