This Dark Version Of “Auld Lang Syne” Is Super Eerie, But You’re Gonna Love It…

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Happy New Year?

Well folks, 2018 is finally at an end and as we look back at the year that was, we can honestly say that as with every year, we’ve had our ups, we’ve had our downs, but we can all agree that we’ve learned a lot, and with those things we’ve learned, 2019 is ours for the taking. But enough of my useless sanctimonious words, let’s get to why you’re here.

LAS VEGAS, NV – MARCH 01: Singer/songwriter Chase Holfelder performs during a dress rehearsal for the sixth annual “One Night for One Drop” imagined by Cirque du Soleil, a show that raises awareness and funds for critical water issues worldwide, at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on March 1, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Gabe Ginsberg/Getty Images)

If you’re unfamiliar with¬†Chase Holfelder¬†then all I can say is that you need to be. Chase is the master at taking a classic hit that is in a major key (happy sounding) and transposing it to a minor key (sad/dark sounding).

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Songs such as “The National Anthem”, “Amazing Grace”, and “Over The Rainbow” just to name a few have all gone viral and it’s not hard to see why. This time around is certainly no different. This time, in the spirit of the New Year, Chase has re-worked “Auld Lang Syne” into a haunting masterpiece. See for yourself!