“Funny How Things Change”, Benedict Cork ponders

Penned together with Scott Quinn, fast-rising British crooner Benedict Cork‘s latest single “Funny How Things Change” is an absolute beauty. The song, inspired by a personal experience, is a powerful piano ballad that captures the sad and startling end of a relationship; the singer ponders how everything takes surprising turn.

We can move so quickly from being so deeply in love with someone to feeling like you barely know them at all. I love the line ‘lovers turn to strangers in the blink of an eye’ as I feel like it sums up the whole message of the song and it’s so true to where I am right now.” ~ Benedict

Benedict Cork is a Hertfordshire-raised, London-based indie-pop artist who has already impressed fans and critics with his previous songs “Fear Of Lonely” and “Therapy”.


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