Modern interpretations of Soul music is something I always find captivating. 'Machines'/synths are known to be cold but when artists hit that sweet spot of maintaining that 'human' feel, a truly captivating experience is the result.
That's exactly what we get with "Let It Be". The roaring guitar performance regularly takes center stage and it provides such a BADASS edge in the track. R&B, Soul, Jazz and Hip-hop are the genre's that are explored here and this is actually quite reminiscent to works of Tom Misch. The vocal performance is nothing short of impeccable, almost as if it's about to be the last song he ever sings by virtue of his emotionally rich delivery.