The Choir - What You Think I Am (Reimagined) ftg Leigh Nash

Published Saturday 6th March 2021
The Choir - What You Think I Am (Reimagined) ftg Leigh Nash
The Choir - What You Think I Am (Reimagined) ftg Leigh Nash

STYLE: Rock
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 179796-29427
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Digital Only Single

Reviewed by Lins Honeyman

Nashville-based alt rockers The Choir have taken this song from their 2014 'Shadow Weaver' album and reimagined it by inviting Sixpence None The Richer vocalist Leigh Nash to join Derri Daughtery at the mic. This is a brooding song which explains that the singer swings between good and evil with lines like "I'm a dedicated minister and a downright sinister man" and "I'm a good Samaritan and a very, very bad man" pushing the point across that we're all flawed beings despite our best efforts.

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