Shame is without a doubt the most feel-good song about a bad situation, we've heard all year. And a no-brainer of a soul track.
Photo by Frederique Berube
There are some songs who grow on you with time. But when they do, they stay inside you like a way of living. Becoming a secret obsession, something to go to every single time, a soundtrack for everything, when everything makes sense. The newest single from Jesse Mac Cormack, entitled Never Enough, is that kind of song. Taken from his third and upcoming EP After The Glow (to be released in a week), this is the third single released this year after the strangely contagious Repeat and the slow and super involving (single) After The Glow.
Accompanied by a proper video clip which was directed by Frédérique Bérubé, and said to be “sparkled by the random meetings of life”, this song is a proper interpretation of life itself, beautifully diverse, carefully mastered and strangely overwhelming this song is a proper interpretation of life itself. Beginning with head-banger guitar reefs, it soon lets itself go through Jesse’s rasp and convincing voice. Reminding us of some of the best songs produced by Lenny Kravitz but with a much more soulful-indie-folk-rock approach, this is like nothing else. And it’s maybe because of its uniqueness, or because of something else too good for us to grasp, that this should be on top of every music lover essential go-to list of the year. What a banger!