Featuring an impressively vast 127 voices from 15 different nations, Sing In Unity is a huge project but with a notably accessible, musically-minded simplicity at its core.
A stunning composition, simply put – not only a fine display of superb musicianship, but a genuinely original audio journey that promises great things for the future of original musical scores.
Not only is the song brilliantly put together, it’s fascinating, it sees the artist open up from the offset and be fully himself, and it deals with a topic that rarely gets touched upon in music and art – at least not under such a professionally impressive light.
The concept is quite brilliant, I’m making it up as I go along is a line that undoubtedly will connect with so many listeners – we all at some point feel as if we’re doing exactly this, whether at work or in a relationship or in life in general. This central sentiment is represented well by the flair & vibrancy of the song in full.
There aren’t many artists putting this much creativity & effort into electronic releases. It feels very now, or even beyond now; like tomorrow’s orchestra.