The Choir featuring Leigh Nash – After All
"After All" is a dreamy, haunting, languid, indie singer songwriter style song with gorgeous female vocals and raw male harmonies by Grammy® nominated indie alt-rock band, The Choir. The mix of lyrics and the duet creates a sensuality that along with the other worldly, slightly dark mood makes the song a great fit for a variety of languid scenes in Film and Television. A sparse and ambient production supports a warm and romantic vocal duet about love, self reflection and whimsy. "After All" is a hauntingly atmospheric track that invokes the grandeur of vast starry skies. Leigh Nash (Sixpence None The Richer) has such a beautiful voice and it works wonderfully here against The Choir’s Derri Daugherty’s vocal as a duet. I love hearing her do something a little moody, warm and poetic like this. I think the instrumentation is gorgeous with a great mix of ethereal ambient tones, unique percussion with a lift & structure to keep it moving forward.
After All features Leigh Nash (vocal) and Matt Slocum (cello) from Sixpence None The Richer (Kiss Me, There She Goes, Breathe Your Name, Don’t Dream It’s Over)
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