Clearing out the CokeCanPoetry inbox for 2015, there are a few notable submissions we never got around to featuring — so this week (culminating in our year-end ‘best of’ list), we remedy this. One such instance is neo-soul group Ephemerals, who released their sophomore album chasin ghosts this past October. The UK act came together when musician Hillman Mondegreen met singer Wolfgang Valbrun while on tour in France with another project — an intersection which would eventually lead to the band’s formation and current identity as a seven-piece. For a sampling of their capabilities, listen to the soaring piano anthem “You’ll Never See Me Cry.” With soulful gems like this, let’s hope the group is longer lasting than their name would suggest.
4 thoughts on “Ephemerals – You’ll Never See Me Cry”
Wow, thanks for posting, I hadn’t heard this before, but it’s amazing. I love the tone of his voice.
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Why have I only just found this, it’s simply amazing. The singer has such an amazing tone to his voice.
So glad you like it, Jenny! I agree he has a great soulful voice…