Rachel Zeffira - 'The Deserters' [Listen]
London-via-Canada singer-songwriter Rachel Zeffira recently premiered the lead track to her classical pop debut, The Deserters.
The title track features Zeffira’s opera-trained vocal renditions through somber, echoing pop that fans of her previous project Cat’s Eyes may be familiar with. There’s a dreamy aura here that sounds bigger than most, almost like it belongs in the end credits of an Oscar-worthy movie.
Check the track out below and grab The Deserters March 12th via Paper Bag.
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