Singer-songwriter Herling hails from Israel where he’s cemented his place at the forefront of the Tel Aviv indie rock scene for the last 3 years. With his latest effort, the single No Need To Fear, the songsmith unleashes a tear jerking account of one of his final conversations with his mother before she passed away.
Using his guitar to build a textural deepness comprising uplifting harmonies with haunting and distant colouring, the backdrop is set for poignant vocals of truly aching emotion. Subtle and restrained instrumentation allow a thoroughfare for the lyrics to breathe and cut deeper still. Even his guitar solo bleeds a profound sense of sorrow – it’s beautiful.
Listen to No Need To Fear below
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