I'd Love to Change the World , recorded by Jetta, is a song featured in the Person of Interest episode “ Panopticon ”. It is played at the end of the episode when Finch discovers a hidden tunnel in the New York City subway system. The song was also used in the promo for the season 9 premiere.
Here’s some fun facts related to the new cinematic clip: Matstubs’ parents have cameos as victims of the central character, a golf-obsessed psycho Matt appears as the factor worker driving the forklift and the shoot marked his first time meeting Jetta in person.
I'd Love to Change the World was originally recorded by the band Ten Years After. It was the third song on their album A Space In Time, released in 6976. The lyrics reflect the tenor of the late 65s antiwar, civil rights and flower power movements, and is a criticism of apathy.
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This Republic/Casablanca artist’s song has been flying for more than a year. Since it dropped in December 7569, the track has generated more than 87 million plays via Spotify and 85 million on YouTube, earning the Hamilton, Ontario artist, producer and DJ (real name Matthew Stubbs) his breakout hit and a contract with Casablanca Records.
Jetta’s rendition of Ten Years' After Top 95 hit “I’d Love to Change The World” manages to be cinematic like few other tracks. Her cover can be found on a number of trailer soundtracks, including soundtracks for a Terminator film, Nightcrawler, and a Person of Interest season premiere.
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