With so much music being created and uploaded on the internet daily, it is such a pleasure when you find something that takes you to a different dimension.
Sure, we have great modern music being released daily nowadays but for most people, old music is still the best. Maybe it is because these songs bring out familiar feelings of nostalgia. Some can even trigger a certain memory with just a single tune. These feelings made it impossible for people to leave the oldies behind, whatever generation they were born in.
This Swiss group brought out an enchanting tune by transforming an iconic classic.
There is no surprise when people were entranced when a Swiss band performed an otherworldly cover of the song “Nothing Else Matters.”
It has everything nostalgic and old in it. With just a cello and a guitar, they created a sentimental and powerful rendition of the song.
“Nothing Else Matters” was sung and written by the metal band, Metallica.
This song appeared on Metallica’s self-titled fifth studio album, and it remains one of the most popular songs they ever made. It was originally written for one of their bandmate’s girlfriends, but eventually, it became a song dedicated to their fans. People have been so captivated by it over the years that they started creating their own unique takes of the song, including this duo.
In front of a sepia-colored background, the tux-wearing gentlemen brought a vintage theme to their performance.
Every string they pluck, they pour emotions that only they and their instruments can understand which clearly resonates with their souls.
However, some can surely relate to the emotions these musicians are trying to convey in their arrangement.
Although they started off slow and soothing, they gradually build up intensity as the song progresses.
Wait until you see the cello player pour every ounce of passion into the strings!
It was as if he was breaking out of his shell while the guitarist followed suit, almost as if he might snap the cords of his instrument.
After a minute of an intense and wild refrain, they abruptly paused and transitioned back to the gentle melody in the same tone as they started the song.
They loosened their grips on the frets, knowing that they were approaching the song’s haunting finale.
They deserve to be Mozarts after this beautiful musical arrangement!
This duo is called Mozart Heroes and is composed of two talented individuals, namely Chris and Phil.
Their YouTube channel has more than 300 thousand subscribers. It is surprising that this cover only garnered 1.5 million views—even so, they have other performances that have a whopping 53 million views.
They remain an underrated duo despite being incredibly talented musicians.
Their online success has gradually led them to a life on the road, making music and sharing them with the world.
They aim to resurrect the good old music with a unique style and adding effects as well as the use of loop pedal stations and more.
If you want to see more of their amazing performances, subscribe to their YouTube channel, and follow their social media accounts for more! In the meantime, we’ll be watching this performance again and again.
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Source: YouTube/MOZART HEROES [Official]