How to Learn Singing “Of the Night” from Bastille

Singing “Of the Night” by Bastille

“Of the Night” by Bastille showcases a particular vocal technique called Twang. Twang offers a unique, pointed sound that resonates more powerfully in the front of the face, enabling the singer to cut through accompanying music. It is commonly used in contemporary and pop vocal styles. Other songs featuring Twang include “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele and “Somebody to Love” by Queen.

To master Twang, as featured in the song, watch and practice along the How to Twang Exercise video.

You must also determine your vocal range. The vocal range test identifies your vocal spectrum to sing this song comfortably.

Ensuring accuracy in pitch is crucial in delivering the vocal complexity of “Of the Night.” Try the pitch accuracy test and assess your skills.

Don’t forget about articulation, as “Of the Night” requires clear pronunciation. Brush up on your pronunciation skills using the Finger Bite articulation exercise.

More extensive practice can be achieved by using pitch monitor to visualize and improve your singing in real-time.

If you are looking for songs with similar vocal techniques and in the same range, use the song search tool. You can discover vocal ranges of famous singers, including Dan Smith of Bastille, at this link.

Finally, consistently practice and track your progress. Remember, singing involves the mind, body, and soul; don’t just sing, feel the music!

If you want to delve deeper into the world of singing, consider enrolling in our educational singing course.

Happy Singing!