Xu Bingchao’s visual theme song of new album “If you can see me” released, monologue drives sadness
Xu Bingchao’s visual theme song of the new album “If you can see me” was released on July 16th. This song is specially produced by Sunday@Noise Music which once produced songs for LU HAN and Jackson Yi from TFboys, and its melody was created by Zhao Zihua who wrote Coke. From QING CHUN YOU NI to D5, Xu Bingchao has experienced a lot in becoming an idol. This song is a window of Xu Bingchao, through which the audience can see a big boy telling his personal story seriously.
LOST IN EMOTIONS SEVERAL TIMES WHILE RECORDING, XU BINGCHAO EXPOSED HIS INABILITY AND LONLINESS IN MUSIC
People may feel surprised when they listen to this song, for they may wonder whether this is real Xu Bingchao. In people’s eyes, Xu Bingchao is cool and made of sterner stuff. However, he is sensitive and delicate in his inner world. His uses his husky voice to tell his story. According to the producer’s words, Xu Bingchao lost his control of emotions for several times while recording, because he completely poured out his loneliness and inability after holding them back for a long time.
XU BINGCHAO INTERPRETS HIS MONOLOUGUE IN THE VISUAL THEME SONG “IF YOU CAN SEE ME”
This song uses the arrangement of English rock and guitar to set off the sadness. Zhao Zihua highly praised Xu Bingchao, “ He is a good singer, he has explosive power, and his high tone is thick. He has his own understanding of the song, and he is hard-working, I believe he will become a good singer someday.”