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McGill's Soulstice A Cappella Delivers Inspiring Performance Of Bon Iver's Heavenly Father





One of the most powerful elements of music is that it can connect with listeners on a truly emotional level. And it can do so without excessiveness. It just needs to be its own authentic self.

And this is exactly what we're presented with in this a cappella performance of Bon Iver's "Heavenly Father" by Soulstice A Cappella of McGill University.

The group's arrangement isn't overly complex with heavy layerings, yet the magnitude of Soulstice A Cappella's delivery is astounding. The a cappella group showcases a genuine and honest persona through a cohesive wall of sound that ripples ever so softly through the listener's being. This is created by the warmest of tones and a rich blend in almost angelic, ethereal fashion that's intense without being overbearing.

The beautiful group swells do a fascinating job of reinforcing the song's powerful and poetic message.
It is this along with Soulstice A Cappella's strength in delivering emotional dynamics which make this a one-of-a-kind musical experience.

And soloist Baz Nardon also plays a pivotal role in the success of this performance as he conveys eccentric and passionate vocals that keeps it all grounded. This is no easy feat as he draws you in, connecting you in the most wonderful way to the heart of the song.

We're convinced that with one listen, Soulstice A Cappella will hook you!


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