Another instant grat single from Kevin Simm’s new album. This one is titled “Strangers” and has been released a week before the album drops.
Written by Kevin Simm, Matty Benbrook, and Pauline Taylor; “Strangers” is stripped back with great focus on the vocals. His voice has so much soul in it for this song, that it’s one of the best we’ve heard from him yet.
Taking some inspiration from his version of Sia’s “Chandelier”, this is the sort of song we have been expecting from him. It shows his vocal range and his ability to put everything into the song. Full of emotion throughout, Kevin Simm tests the boundaries of his vocals and it totally pays off. Occasionally a backing vocalist will add a harmony or two to the track, sparking it up. If the rest of the “Recover” album is like this song, then we’re in for a treat.
The song was released on his Vevo channel last week, with an Abbey Road Session visual of the song.
Watch Kevin Simm sing “Strangers” at Abbey Road here:
“Strangers” is the third instant grat single from his second studio album “Recover”. Previous releases include “Wildfire” and “Recover”.
He won the fifth series of The Voice UK, yet he is more notably known as one fifth of mixed group Liberty X, who were runners-up in the 2001 show Popstars. They had major success in the UK, their biggest hit being “Just A Little”.
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