Sean Nicholas Savage - Unchained Melody

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Sean Nicholas Savage touches base with a stab at the impossible "Unchained Melody", made popular by Phil Spector and The Righteous Brothers back in the 1960's.


Arbutus Records recently delivered a loving tribute LP to Montreal lo-fi pop weirdo and roster fave Sean Nicholas Savage. The artist, meanwhile, is also on the toasting tip at the moment, and is offering up a video for a reworked version of the Righteous Brothers' "Unchained Melody."

Making for possibly most unromantic soundtrack to your couples pottery night, the low-key recording mainly consists of spacious guitar strums, some hi-hat, and Savage's painful, cigarette-stained falsetto croak. If you can stomach the cover, you'll be treated to footage of lovey-dovey belugas and of Savage eating a meal.
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