Sitting in a stairwell perfect for natural acoustics, a young girl with immortalizing talent delivers a heart-wrenching cover of the late Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
The indie band, Skeye, consists of two recording artists, Lindsey and John, who aim to create raw music "from the heart." The "Hallelujah" recording came about as a result of their interest in "experimenting with sounds and recording locations" in search of "natural reverb."
The cover begins with a lengthy guitar solo building up to the young vocalist dropping in for a chill-inducing cover of the acclaimed classic. While she maintains a steady hold on the difficult song throughout, it's at the song's climax where she truly proves her voice is one of a kind.
"It's not a cry you hear at night, it's not someone whose seen the light," she belts out heart-stopping passion. "It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah."
Absolutely stunning! You can listen to Skeye's cover below.
Interested in becoming a partner?
Contact us for more info.