How to Learn Singing “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” from Tame Impala

How to Learn Singing “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” by Tame Impala

Singing Tame Impala’s “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” can be a delightful experience that allows you to explore your vocal range and express your emotions. This song showcases a unique vocal technique called falsetto, which gives it a dreamy and ethereal quality. By mastering this technique, you’ll be able to add a touch of magic to your singing.

Understanding Falsetto

Falsetto is a vocal technique that allows you to sing in a higher range, producing a lighter and more airy sound. It involves raising your vocal cords to produce a thinner and breathier tone. Tame Impala extensively uses falsetto in “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards,” giving the song its distinct and enchanting character.

Developing Vocal Control

To sing this song effectively, it’s essential to develop your vocal control. Singing Carrots offers several resources that can help you in this process:

Learning the Song

Here are some steps to effectively learn and practice “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards”:

  1. Listen to the song multiple times to familiarize yourself with the melody, rhythm, and overall feel.
  2. Take the Pitch Accuracy Test to assess and improve your pitch accuracy.
  3. Break down the song into smaller sections and practice each section individually. Use the Vocal Pitch Monitor to visualize your sung notes and ensure accuracy.
  4. Pay attention to the lyrics and their phrasing. Practice enunciating clearly and effectively.
  5. Use the educational singing course to enhance your singing skills and learn the necessary techniques.

Other Songs with Similar Vocal Techniques

Exploring other songs that utilize similar vocal techniques can further enhance your singing abilities. Here are a few popular songs that feature falsetto:

  • “Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye (feat. Kimbra)
  • “Take Me to Church” by Hozier
  • “Karma Police” by Radiohead
  • “Creep” by Radiohead

By practicing these songs alongside “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards,” you can gain a deeper understanding of the falsetto technique and broaden your vocal repertoire.

Monitor Your Progress

Singing Carrots’ progress statistics feature allows you to track your improvement over time. Regularly assess your vocal range, accuracy, and overall performance to identify areas for growth and celebrate your achievements.

Remember, learning a song requires time, dedication, and patience. With practice and the help of Singing Carrots’ resources, you can confidently master “Feels Like We Only Go Backwards” and continue to expand your vocal abilities.