TRACK REVIEW: McCormick – Till The Sun Comes Up | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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McCormick’s voice is almost a person in itself – it could probably go out and get a mortgage if it wanted to – it’s distinctive, deep like a round finish on a fine whiskey, and unexpected for this kind of song. The summery anthems narrated by your typical whipper-snappers can lack a certain depth, but there’s a maturity to his voice that suggests each line carries a story with it.

There’s a real drive behind the exuberant “Hey” in the chorus, showing how ready he is to shed lockdown off into the breeze like an old snakeskin, and tells us he knows exactly what he’s going to do with the song’s recipient, when they can finally hold each other close till sunrise again.

Released: 07.05.21


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