In anticipation of the animated music comedy 'Rock Dog', producers unveil an adorable lyric video for 'Glorious' featuring protagonist Bodi (voiced by Luke Wilson) singing and playing guitar and listening to his radio in a variety of settings, sometimes alongside his band mates. Singing 'Glorious' is California-based singer and producer Adam Friedman, who wrote the song for the movie alongside Julia Hoffman, Sam Fischer and Lijie Yang. Friedman is probably best known for his 2016 single 'Lemonade' featuring Mike Posner.
'Rock Dog' follows a Tibetan Mastiff named Bodi who decides to abandon his life protecting sheep in the mountains with his strict father Khampa (JK Simmons) after discovering his love of music through a mysterious radio that falls from a passing plane. He departs for the city where he meets rock legend Angus Scattergood (Eddie Izzard) who wants him to write his next song, only he runs into trouble when Linnux (Lewis Black) - the leader of a vicious wolf pack - goes after him. The movie has been directed and written by the Academy Award nominated Ash Brannon ('Surf's Up', 'Toy Story 2') and was released on February 24th 2017.
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