British prodigy Cormac dropped his latest cover, “Somewhere” from the musical West Side Story, and it’s nothing short of a masterpiece. From the opening note, the song sets the stage for a hypnotic, tranquil soundscape that’ll leave you spellbound from start to finish.
Cormac’s breathtaking vocals, paired with the luscious piano melodies created by Dominic Ferris, infuse the track with a haunting quality. But what immediately sets this track apart is Cormac’s use of a soprano solo, a unique feature rarely explored by male artists in the industry. His remarkable control over his vocals throughout the track speaks volumes about his dedication, which goes beyond his years.
While the lyrics of “Somewhere” are open to interpretation, the cover emerges as an anthem of hope, reminding us that despite our differences and adversities, there is a place where acceptance and belonging await.
Cormac is no stranger to creating covers that feel like “musical hug,” and it’s safe to say that he’s outdone himself this time. If he continues to produce music of this caliber, there’s no doubt he’s destined for greatness. He’s a true icon in the making.
In an industry often saturated with formulaic music and cookie-cutter vocals, Cormac’s rendition of “Somewhere” stands out as a rare gem deserving of all the acclaim it can get. If you find yourself in need of a much-needed escape from the rigors of daily life, this is the song to stream.
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Review by: Grace Donovan