Florence Welch reached out to TikTok to express her gratitude, posting a video of herself watching the movie and endlessly sobbing at the use of the song in an amusing moment at the end of the film. Check out the video below and grab yourself a box of tissues, as her joy might make you a little choked up.
So I cried throughout this movie but when The Guardians of the Galaxy started dancing to Dog Days, I really lost it. Thank you so much for all the love for this moment. My super-obsessed little girl can’t believe it happened ♥️ x
“So I cried throughout this movie but when Guardians of the Galaxy started dancing to ‘Dog Days’ I really lost interest,” she captioned the video. “Thank you so much for all the love for this moment. The superhero-obsessed little girl in me can’t believe it happened.”
As expected, there are a lot of good songs in “The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” but “Dog Days” is possibly the best song in the entire movie, if not the entire trilogy. If you’ve seen the movie, you can attest that the song’s placement is perfect, and for those of you who haven’t seen it, just know that “Dog Days” was a hit at a time that could have dropped you. happy tears. also. James Gunn is adept in many areas, but few directors can appreciate his skill in writing soundtracks. Going forward, it will be difficult to listen to this song and not immediately associate it with the scene in question.
“The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” is now in theaters.