“It was a bit of a challenge, thinking ‘oh my gosh,’ how are we going to pull it all off? I really wasn’t sure until I saw it, and said ‘oh my goodness,’ it was everything that I thought it would be,” acclaimed songwriter Taura Stinson
admits about writing a song for the end of the world, and the light-bulb moment that led to the song “Just Look Up,” from “Don’t Look Up
’s dark apocalyptic satire.
“We had to perform it at the last concert ever. The song has to be beautiful; it has to be something that people are going to sing along with,” she explains. “It is going to have to be something that is both a ballad and believable, but it also is going to be grim and end in disaster and tell us all about ourselves.”
We talked with Stinson as part of