Encore Premieres New Song “Feeling”
- Canadian pop boy-band Encore has released a new song “Feeling” from their forthcoming as-yet-untitled debut EP, which is expected to be released this fall.
The band had performed the song live only a few times before it's the release. But they decided to record and released the song as the new single.
Encore was formed in 2016,currently member consists of Donald Plant (vocals), Richard Plant (guitar), Daniel Rafaelov (bass), Joseph Lezak (guitar), and Zach Fedorowich (drums).
Originally, the band's name was “Brothers N’ Others”, but after the show, their fans would always chant “Encore” out loud and want them to do another song. So they changed the band name to Encore.
Encore recently finished up a four month tour with Live Different, a charitable organization working with youth in Canada. The tour included 73 performances at high schools across Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
- The band told Young Entertainment Magazine about the song in an interview;
“'Feeling' is a song that has been very important ever since the day it was written. I remember being invested in this bass line that I had been working on for about 2 weeks. Eventually, I formed one and had this idea for the chorus where it would just be the same bass line with a falsetto vocal going over it. I knew instantly which direction I wanted to put this track and began to jot notes down for when I would record it. While we were on tour, the whole thing was recorded at night and while we were on the bus. I remember going through my notes that I wrote down when I first started writing it, and crossing off each idea as I would put it into the song while recording. Compared to our last single, “Feeling” is very different. For all of us, it was a big step into the style and sound we wanted to get into. As a band, we feel like we’ve grown and matured, and we wanted our music to represent that same change that we’ve been going through. It has been a big difference but we are extremely proud of how the single sounds and the direction we are moving in as a band.”
- source : Young Entertainment Magazine