Remember when you were a kid, and you’d been at some kind of family event that went so late you had to be carried back out to the car, in a state of semi-sleep?
More specifically, do you remember the way your mother’s voice sounded as she carried you to the car?
It didn’t sound the way it normally did. As she said goodbye to everyone and apologized for her child’s inability to stay awake, her voice sounded strange, because one of your ears was pressed against her chest. It made her voice sound kind of muffled, deeper than usual. You could literally feel her voice as soft vibrations, even if you couldn’t fully make out the words.
Listening to this song (especially through headphones) is the closest you’re likely to get to that unique and fantastically relaxing experience.
What makes this a beautiful song:
1. The opening chords are gorgeous. Really reminds me of this sleep-related song by Sarah Slean.
2. There isn’t really a tempo; it slows down and speeds up as it needs to.
3. The cathedral-level of reverb on the voices. Insomnia doesn’t stand a chance.
Recommended listening activity:
Getting comfy. Like this, if possible.