Words: Stiofán Bruce
On October 19th, singer-songwriter Connor Mac, 25, of New Zealand, released his second single, "See Through," through Moretone Music. This comes after his widely lauded debut song, "Purpose," which was released in July. As of right now, he has received over two million streams.
This powerful new single is driven by ethereal vocals and mellow guitar chords. Sharing our true feelings can occasionally feel overwhelming and when a lack of emotional communication comes into play can lead to self-doubt and low self-esteem. This song is an empathetic hymn that inspires self
See through is a call to examine our self-doubts about our value, whether we carry them out in the open or hide them deep inside. It tackles the topics of anxiety and support, and because it's a positive song, its goal is to offer low self-esteem sufferers confidence.
This confidence is mirrored by the drums and the singers' minimal instrumentation, which removes any other noise from the listener. The song emphasises the value of being honest, and the New Zealand solo singer displayed an obviously high level of bravery. The chorus's honest declaration of human connection gives the song an overall touching sense of hope. With a lingering purity entwined in their vocals, Connor Mac is an excellent storyteller. A great song all around with amazing lyrics, Connor is someone to look out for in the near future.