Have you ever noticed how some of the most popular music from TV and movie soundtracks is often mellow, quiet and heartbreaking? Songs like Aaron Espe’s ‘Gone‘. A song that was featured on Grey’s Anatomy last night (Season 12, Episode 6 — ‘The Me Nobody Knows’).
‘Gone‘ is from Aaron Espe’s 2012 album Three, and it’s a remake of the N’sync hit that was so popular back in 2009. And while that track was pretty for its time, Espe’s version is far more emotional, much more sad and one of those songs you will hear just once and not be able to get it out of your head.
As for Aaron Espe, he is a singer-songwriter from Nashville who currently has six solo albums out. And, if you’re not familiar with his music, which to me is similar in some respects to David Gray, don’t just stick to ‘Gone‘, as he has some equally beautiful songs across all of his albums. It would be a shame to miss them.
Listen to Aaron Espe’s ‘Gone‘ in the Deezer plugin below and in the video below that. But, it’s so beautiful, I’ll bet you can’t just play it once.
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