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Who Sings the Cover to 1899’s Theme Song ‘White Rabbit’?

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The creators of the popular Netflix series Dark have returned to Netflix with their second series, 1899, which is yet another mind-bending story.

1899 is based on a group of European immigrants traveling from Europe to America to live a better life. But their voyage was hindered when they found another ship that’s been missing for four months drifting on the open sea. After stepping on the lost ship, they quickly find themselves entangled in a strange riddle that seems endless.

The talented cast members include European actors, such as Emily Beecham, Aneurin Barnard, Andreas Pietschmann, Miguel Bernardeau, Maciej Musiał, Anton Lesser, Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen, and many others.

While watching the mystery-horror series, viewers will find themselves jamming to the opening song at the beginning of each episode. Some might even wonder about who sings the 1899 theme song.


Who was behind the White Rabbit cover in the 1899 theme?

Rock music was certainly the best option for a show like 1899. Rock fans are probably already familiar with the opening song. The song is titled “White Rabbit.” But the opening song that we hear isn’t the original version. The original version was made by a rock band called Jefferson Airplane. The 1899 theme is a moody cover of the hit song by singer-songwriter Elio Sumner. Ben Frost and Sumner created it.

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