VOID – Fix You (Coldplay Cover) (New Music)

VOID are a two-piece from the UK that you need to know about.

You wouldn’t know them by face, but by sound and by concept. VOID don’t reveal their faces or anything personal about their two band members, because of their belief in the power of music being more worthy than their own fame.

This unique duo have made waves, organically and authentically, one person at a time. VOID’s sound, typically shared with videos recorded in an old VHS camera style, is chilled, soothing and safe. They use guitar, keys and vocals to share their message, whether they’re creating covers or their own original songs.

Despite being faceless, VOID are ever-present and connected with those that follow them, inviting people to share their problems with them by messaging on social media, regularly affirming that they will be there to listen to anyone that needs it, and reminding them that they are not alone and to ‘STAY STRONG’. This is the duo 100% walking their talk, as VOID seeks to create ‘medicinal music’, with the power of healing and helping those that are wanting it. In taking this stance, VOID are a growing force in tackling mental health issues through the power of music.

Earlier today VOID shared a beautiful cover of the Coldplay song, “Fix You”. Their take on the track is delicate and light, before swelling into heart-warming sound. ‘Medicinal music’ at its finest. Just be with this for a moment.

The song includes a partial sample of the Charlie Chaplin speech from The Great Dictator, perhaps to reinforce that their quest is to make a difference as opposed to chasing their own fame at the cost of others.

In their eclectic sound, grainy retro styled videos and all-caps posts on social media, VOID are making an important difference to the world around them and are a band to watch with fascination.

Find VOID on Twitter or Facebook.

Kel Burch

Creator and caretaker of Depth Mag, Kel uses her superpowers of empathy, word-weaving, and feeling everything deeply, to immerse herself in music before returning to reality to write about her experience with it. [Loved the read? Shout Kel a latte.]

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