No Resolve just shared an epic cover of a smash hit that is guaranteed to blow your mind.
Weeks after going viral on TikTok, the fast rising rock band shared their rendition of Adele’s chart-topping hit “Easy On Me” on Friday (Nov. 12). The cover, which finds the band putting a rock spin on the pop hit is the perfect showcase of what No Resolve has to offer.
Upon releasing the cover, produced by BJ Perry and John Pregler, the single immediately climbed the iTunes charts, landing the No. 1 spot on the rock chart and No. 17 spot on the all-genre chart.
In addition to sharing the epic rock cover of Adele’s massive hit song, the active rock band also shared a music video for the cover, directed by Drake Whelton. The clip features the band, composed of Oscar Pegorraro (vocals), Jason Hatmaker (guitar), Matty Shea (guitars/keys), Dennis Patterson (bass) and Rich Beddoe (drums), performing their rendition of the multi-week No. 1 in the middle of a forest, surrounded by some stunning views and color fall foliage.
Intertwined with the fall foliage clips were clips of frontman Pegorraro singing in the pouring rain, truly allowing the emotion behind the song’s lyrics to be brought to life.
“Go easy on me, baby / I was still a child / Didn’t get the chance to / Feel the world around me / I had no time to choose what I chose to do / So go easy on me,” Pegorraro sings as he puts his impressive vocals on full display during the chorus.
Watch No Resolve’s epic rock cover of “Easy On Me” below.
“Easy On Me” is Adele’s first new single in nearly five years and marks the lead single from her fourth studio album, 30 (2021).
The popular rock band has amassed hundreds of thousands of followers and millions of views throughout their social media profiles with both covers and original music since their debut.
In fact, the group recently released an original song via Noise Machine called, “Hostage,” which was co-written by Rich Beddoe, Oscar Pegorraro, Matt Shea, Jon Eberhard, John August Pregler, Jason Hatmaker, Dennis Patterson and Bernard James Perry.
“I’m feeling like a hostage / Trapped inside my own head / Can you hear me screaming / ‘Let me out, let me out’? / I feel so fucking toxic / Broken, and I’m heartsick / Can you hear me screaming ‘Let me out, let mе out’?” the band sings in the chorus of the original tune.