"The British Grenadiers" is a traditional marching song of British and Canadian military units whose badge of identification features a grenade, the tune of which dates from the 17th century.It is the Regimental Quick March of the Royal Artillery (since 1716), Corps of Royal Engineers (since 1787), the Honourable Artillery Company (since 1716), Grenadier Guards 'The First (later 'Grenadier') Regiment of Foot Guards' (since 1763), and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (since 1763).Their Hurry Up, We're Dreaming album was nominated for a Grammy and you may recognise many of their songs in your favourite TV shows.Outro was released as a final track on M83’s sixth album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, and is frequently used in a number of adverts, movies, trailers and TV shows today.
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SEX and seduction have returned to our TV screens with BBC drama Versailles, but it’s not just the raunchy scenes that have been grabbing the viewers attention.
The opening song has been causing quite a stir among fans, but what is it?
One user said: "Versailles has the best theme tune of any tv program at the moment." Another said: "Mesmerising drama with opening credits theme tune to raise the hairs on your neck. " The series includes scenes of sex, conspiracy and murder and has been confirmed for a third season, with filming starting in April 2017.
M83 are a French, electro-shoegaze music band led by Anthony Gonzalez who have released seven albums.