VINCINT sings about grief and regret on his brilliant new single All Over Again.
The track comes just weeks after previous release Higher, featuring Alex Newell and Princess Precious, and sees the star re-examine his relationships with lost family and friends.
Despite the melancholic theme, the track boasts ’80s-inspired synths and a sing-a-long chorus that’s become something of a VINCINT trademark.
“The song coming out tonight is very special to me,” he wrote ahead of its release. “It’s a love letter to my Dad, my Grams and my dear friend Dominic all who’ve gone to dance with the angels.
“It’s about cherishing the moment and most importantly loving on your people while they’re still here.
“I hope tonight when you’re listening it moves you, heals you and you feel your angels around you. They’ll be dancing with us tonight.”
VINCINT released his debut EP ‘The Feeling’ in 2020, featuring the single Please Don’t Fall In Love, Someday and Save Myself. His song Be Me was selected as the anthem of the fifth season of ‘Queer Eye’.
The rising star shot to fame on the first season of singing competition ‘The Four’.