First Listen: Mycah Chevalier can "See Through You"

(October 7, 2021) Whether she is singing with guiltypleasures, doing duets with Vic Frierson or up front as lead artist on her own project, Mycah Chevalier has always found a welcome audience among those who visit SoulTracks. A big reason for that is that Chevalier has a voice that sophisticated, seductive and intimate.

It's been a while since Chevalier released something new, but fortunately that wait ends with her the release of the breezy mid-tempo tune “I Can See Through You.” The song that Chevalier co-wrote finds the vocalist working in her comfort zone as a renderer of the romantic ballad. Chevalier adopts a sensually conversational vibe, as she seductively implores a flame who has returned to town to drop the pretense of distance and acknowledge that they should reunite.

(October 7, 2021) Whether she is singing with guiltypleasures, doing duets with Vic Frierson or up front as lead artist on her own project, Mycah Chevalier has always found a welcome audience among those who visit SoulTracks. A big reason for that is that Chevalier has a voice that sophisticated, seductive and intimate.

It's been a while since Chevalier released something new, but fortunately that wait ends with her the release of the breezy mid-tempo tune “I Can See Through You.” The song that Chevalier co-wrote finds the vocalist working in her comfort zone as a renderer of the romantic ballad. Chevalier adopts a sensually conversational vibe, as she seductively implores a flame who has returned to town to drop the pretense of distance and acknowledge that they should reunite.

“I Can See Through You” is a song that finds Chevalier embracing good, old-fashioned romance. Producers ECE3 and Dawoud Said perfectly match that song’s attitude with analog production values. The backing vocals that feature Zach Celinder, a multi-instrumentalist from Copenhagen, are lush and provide a tight, harmonic contrast to the Chevalier’s emotive vocals. Celinder’s work on the chromatic harmonica gives the tune the feel of something that Stevie Wonder might have written back in the day.

Check out Mycah Chevalier’s “I Can See Through You” here.

By Howard Dukes

Mycah Chevalier
"I Can See Through You"

 

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