Attack on Titan soundtrack: Who sings the main theme of season 4 part 3?

Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 - Photo Courtesy: Funimation
Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 - Photo Courtesy: Funimation /
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From the amazing story to its well-written character, every aspect of Attack on Titan has been masterfully thought about. But, to fans of this anime, there’s absolutely nothing that compares to the soundtrack of this title, as the music behind the series truly brings everything together.

The world was changed by SiM’s smash-hit song “The Rumbling” as well as Ai Higuchi’s moving piece “Akuma No Ko“, which were used as the opening and closing of season 4 part 2, respectively. However, with the release of the latest installment, fans are now itching to know everything there is to know about the new soundtrack. Fortunately, we have the answers!

Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 ending song

With how popular the song “The Rumbling” was, it’s not a surprise to us that SiM returned to bring us yet another masterpiece—“Under the Tree”, which is being used as the theme song for season 4 part 3.

It goes without saying that “The Rumbling” was a song from Eren Yeager’s perspective. However, SiM decided to switch it up and seemingly wrote “Under the Tree” from the eyes of Eren Yeager’s protector, Mikasa Ackerman.

Below is one of the many stanzas of the season 4 part 3 theme that truly captures Mikasa’s pain as she watches the love of her life slowly but surely escape from her grasp (via AZ Lyrics):

"A bird, a butterfly, and my red scarfDon’t make a mess of memories, just let me heal your scarsThe wall, the all-forgotten war[…]Why, oh, why? Why, oh, why?Don’t you wanna stay with me?Why, oh, why? Why, oh, why?Are you giving up on me? I’ll be waiting, waiting for youLet me hold you under the tree!"

See how these powerful lyrics came together for the anime below:

Naturally, we can’t help but sympathize with Mikasa Ackerman’s pain and wish Eren would let his friends into his heart to soothe his frustration towards the world. And if you thought the song was heartbreaking, just wait until you see the entire story between Mikasa and Eren unfolds.

There’s no doubt in our minds that this song will stay in the hearts of anime fans forever. Perhaps you’ll feel the same way. The only way to find out is to head to Crunchyroll to stream Attack on Titan season 4 part 3 today.

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