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Voices in Your Head

University of Chicago

My Day Will Come - Single (2021)


Review By TeKay

June 24, 2022

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My Day Will Come streams on Spotify.


Well dang! The truth is very much in the advertising. Voices in Your Head's latest recording, My Day Will Come, is a mountain of a song. Clocking in at just over four minutes, this piece takes you on a journey that buoys you from the soles of your feet and lifts you heavenward to the sky. More successful than Icarus flying to the sun, you can feel the take-off through the ascent. The impetus to crash is brief, and the music lets you know that any falter in altitude is momentary and that we can make it through any bit of turbulence this world dares to throw our way.

Will Cabannis's genius as an arranger just keeps growing. Bright Star, keep bringing us these blessings. Soloist Hillary Yuen is just amazingly talented. She steers this glider of a song atop the great arrangement and even better execution (for lest we forget the humans needed to make the magic come to life) by her compatriots in song to dizzying heights. And the quartet of producers — Cabannis, Chris Juengel, Ed Boyer and Bill Hare — are simply masters at work.

Most readers know that I'm a huge fan of atmospheric a cappella, especially by this group. My Day Will Come is another everpresent achievement by Voices in Your Head.

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