How to Learn Singing “Wherever You Will Go” from The Calling

How to Sing “Wherever You Will Go” by The Calling

“Wherever You Will Go” by The Calling features Alex Band’s iconic pop/rock voice that perfectly conveys emotional intensity. The song explores a unique vocal technique called twang, commonly used in pop and rock music.

Understanding Vocal Twang

Vocal twang involves a narrowing of the larynx to create a focused, nasally sound. It allows singers to produce loud, high-intensity sounds without straining their vocal cords. Learn more about this technique here and practice it with this video.

Popular songs with twang include “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele and “Don’t Stop Believin'” by Journey.

Learning the Song

Start with our Vocal Range Test to ensure the song fits your voice. Then use our Vocal Pitch Monitor to see your sung notes on a virtual piano and identify areas for improvement.

Now, let’s focus on learning the lyrics and melody. Begin by listening to the song and singing along to understand its rhythm and melody. Here’s our guide on How to Learn a Song Effectively.

Maintaining Vocal Health

While practicing, remember to maintain good vocal health. Ensure your breath support is adequate and avoid vocal strain. Here’s a guide on the do’s and don’ts of vocal health.

Mastering the Song

To master the song, practice with our Pitch Training tool. It offers interactive vocal warm-ups, pitch visualizer, and vocal exercises.

“Wherever You Will Go” requires good vocal control, especially when using twang. Therefore, focus on improving your breath support, as advised here.

Performing the song requires conveying its emotion accurately. Our guide provides tips on singing with emotion and intuition.

The journey might take time, but with persistence and using our 21-lesson singing course, you’ll soon be able to sing “Wherever You Will Go” with confidence!