Marcus Valance is a British-based Indie-folk singer who has no problem passing the boundaries of genres. You’re Not Alone by Marcus Valance is a modern-day pop ballad. The song begins with a soft piano melody, building up to a soaring chorus with a huge soundscape of drums, synths and strings. His voice has a very charming and powerful Bryan Addams touch to it. The track showcases his powerhouse of a vocal range. The emotional delivery of the lyrics moves you. He says “There’s a light when that darkness falls. There’s a light, from the furthest shore.” making you think how much of life is hoping and waiting. He addresses themes of loneliness and the need for human connection. Marcus Valance’s voice is rich and full of passion, giving the song a heartfelt quality. The production is polished and radio-ready. It has a catchy hook that will stay in your head long after the song ends.
The song is reminiscent of hopeful numbers that played in the background when characters meet after being separated. For example in Benji when Carter reunites with Benji (dog). The film is a wholesome watch. It’s the rescue of the dog and the connection between Benji and Carter that has you sold. It shows how animals help in more ways than one during hard times. The song and the film are reminiscent of hope in all shapes and forms.
You’re Not Alone is a well-crafted number. Marcus Valance’s musical talent appeals to a wide audience. It’s A song That provides comfort and Hope, reminding listeners that they are not alone in their struggles. He has many such meaningful numbers