Wes AndersonIf the first single from Wes Anderson's 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' is any indication, the stop-motion film may be more geared towards kids than we thought.

The director has snared Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker to contribute an exclusive track to his upcoming movie, according to The Guardian. The brief number, titled 'Fantastic Mr. Fox AKA Petey's Song,' features Cocker singing over a banjo and, as The Guardian perfectly put it, "boingy spring noises." Lyrically, expect to hear a "yarn" mixing story narrative with nonsense words ("Zippy zee, zappy zah," anybody?) Cocker will voice the farmhand Petey in the movie as well, set for release November 25.
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