Jacob Lee – Sorrow (Review)

Australian alternative-pop singer songwriter Jacob Lee returns with his angelic single ‘Sorrow’ via his own label Philosophical Records. Lifted from his upcoming album, ‘Sorrow’ was produced by Matthew Bartlem (Broods, Matt Corby, Dead Letter Circus) of Loose Stones Studios. Channeling a modernised take on Daniel Bedingfield and even James Bay, Jacob Lee’s music does the talking and streams with originality out of ever pore. 

Letting his vocal ability take centre stage, ‘Sorrow’ explores a wide arrangement while Jacob’s voice features vulnerability but hope. Speaking of the agonies and ecstasies of love, Jacob’s songwriting let’s listeners hear a personal side of him. Jacob mentioned that Sorrow came from one of the most difficult nights of his life. the track describes the night from two different perspectives. Relatable with it’s intense heartache that many of us have unfortunately been involved with before, it’s mainly memorable due to the vocal melody. Mesmerising and refusing to be background noise, “Sorrow” is a blessing sent from above. 

Score: 4/5

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