Benedict Cork Continues 2019 Push with New Single ‘Funny How Things Change’

With co-signs from the likes of Elton John, Billboard and Clash, it would be hard to overlook a talent like Benedict Cork.  While the London bred artist has been immersed in music nearly his whole life, it wasn’t until the summer of 2018 that he decided to launch his solo career.  For his first release, Benedict Cork released, “Piano Tapes”, a fully live 5-track EP that features the crooner pairing with nothing more than a piano and delivering a brilliant performance.Now ready to pick up the pace in 2019, Benedict Cork has recently unleashed his third single of the year, titled, “Funny How Things Change”.  The beautiful new tune follows other highly acclaimed singles, “Therapy”, and, “Fear of Lonely”.  From brilliantly crafted lyrics to a voice that cuts deep, Benedict’s vocals sit front and center and carry each and every tune he touches.  With a depth that breaks down barriers to a rich falsetto brings shivers to the soul, Benedict Cork is creating contemporary songs that will last through the ages.  

His latest single is yet another example of his impressive abilities and once again proves why  he is garnering such massive support.  While the focus may not be on his solo career, Benedict Cork is also becoming a highly sought after songwriter and performer recently having supported Brit Award winner Tom Walker and Grammy nominated Emily King while also racking up a co-wrote credit on Adam Lambert’s current single ‘Feel Something’. 

Make sure you check this one out and get all up in your feelings. 

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