Melanie Pierce stands in front of the sky as she changes the atmosphere with of her vocals in Flame. She has swished up an R&B masterpiece that fills your senses as she immerses you in her world. It is clear that she shares a piece of her soul in the song. She makes it impossible to not feel what she feels, it is nothing short of soul-stirring with her heartfelt vocals.
Melanie Pierce switches on the sweater weather with Flame as she renders an incredibly moving melancholic number. It is just the piano and Melanie that has your attention in a chokehold as she has you holding onto every word that leaves her mouth. Needless to say, Melanie and the pianist deliver a captivating, raw and vulnerable number that will remain timeless. She sings of letting go of a lover without closure because she has to in order to survive. While we speak of the intimate nature of the song can we also appreciate the chemistry between Melanie and the piano?
A film that will have you crying over several broken hearts is The Last Five Years. You can imagine this sung by Cathy Hyatt (Anna Kendrick). You almost want to hug her as she breaks her own heart in this performance. There are levels of freshness in the song, fresh wound, first performance almost like the piano and the vocals are hearing each other for the first time. So click on the play button and get ready to get your heart broken in the most poetic, beautiful and vulnerable manner by Melanie Pierce.