TRACK REVIEW: McCormick – Looking For A Lonely Heart | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Singer-songwriter McCormick continues his prolific output of singles – this being his fifth over the past twelve months – in sharing Looking For A Lonely Heart with the world. Juxtaposing the naturally sad connotations of the title and its core subject matter, the song is shockingly upbeat (reminiscent of 80s electronica classics) with beautiful guitar melodies that uplift the listener.

Despite this, throughout the song we, the human race, are called out. In just over three minutes, the lyrics discuss the human condition of hunting for love (especially when we want it to be reciprocated), delving into how that can actually be a terrifying act as “we could run and we could hide away“. A perfect driving song with lyrics to which everyone can relate. 


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