‘The Voice’ Trio Sisters Sorelle Teases New Music With Gothic-Themed Video for ‘Witchy’
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Sorelle, the sensational sister trio that took the music world by storm during Season 23 of The Voice, is once again making headlines. The talented siblings captivated audiences with their mesmerizing harmonies and unique performances throughout the competition, and now they’re teasing their fans with a sneak peek of their music.
Sorelle Teases New Original Song “Witchy”
In a recent Instagram post, Sorelle shared a short video of themselves singing a new song titled “Witchy.” What makes this teaser even more intriguing is the trio’s striking visual transformation. Dressed in matching gothic-themed outfits, Sorelle’s look for “Witchy” is in stark contrast to the song’s upbeat and lively tone.
The video showcases the sisters in perfect harmony, effortlessly delivering the lyrics to their original song. Sorelle’s ability to synchronize their voices to create a harmonious blend has been one of their defining features, earning them praise from both fans and the judges on The Voice.
They’ve also included a link in their bio where fans can pre-save the song “Witchy.” So mark your calendars because “Witchy” is set to enchant your ears when it drops on October 13.
Their journey on the show has been nothing short of extraordinary. From their unforgettable rendition of the Jacksons’ “Blame It on the Boogie” to their soulful take on Queen’s “Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy,” Sorelle consistently pushed the boundaries of creativity and musicality. They even tackled Alicia Keys’ “Fallin'” with their tight three-part harmonies to secure a spot in the top five of the competition.
Sorelle Left a Lasting Impression on The Voice
The trio’s unique sound and unparalleled vocal talent left a lasting impression on the judges and viewers alike. Mega-Mentor Reba McEntire declared, “There’s nothing like blood harmony,” when Sorelle first entered the room. Even veteran coach Blake Shelton was astounded by their performances.
“They literally sound like they’re being auto-tuned as they’re singing live. It’s almost impossible to sound that perfect.” Shelton said.
Their coach, Chance the Rapper, had predicted that Sorelle’s breakout moment would be “crazy” in the best possible way. As the competition progressed, Chance’s faith in the trio’s talent remained unwavering.
“What you’re doing is so fresh, it’s unlike anyone else,” Chance said. “Every time you guys get on stage, it just blows everybody away.”
Sorelle’s musical journey on The Voice has been a remarkable one, filled with incredible performances and memorable moments. Now, as they tease their new song “Witchy” on Instagram, fans are eagerly awaiting the release of their latest musical endeavor.