With a style like the iconic Beatles and the voice and attitude of Laura Nyro, Charlene Soraia is a living legend. In the future, when society repeats itself and its youth mirrors the millennials revolution of today, Soraia will be adored by the hippies and hipsters alike.
About a year ago, Charlene Soraia covered The Calling's 1996 classic "Wherever You Will Go." Old, yes, but Soraia was recently in New York shooting visuals for her upcoming single, "Broken," set to be released on July 1. This cover should reacquaint you with Soraia's soulfully charged voice, and get you excited for her new music. The London-based singer-songwriter also has a moody, introspective single available on iTunes called "Ghost," which should appear on her upcoming album, Love Is The Law.
Honestly, her vibe, transcending range, and soul quenching vocals could be the catalyst for world peace. Soraia's vocals have comforted me in the loneliest of beds and the emptiest of times. Her moody ballads are not just relevant for gloomy occasions; at times, her tracks are dressed up with upbeat Beatles-esque melodies. Keep an eye out for more from Charlene Soraia soon!