World-Renowned Pianist, Robyn McCorquodale Sings Of Signs Of Those We Love In ‘Eagle’

Robyn McCorquodale’s soft, warm vocals work hand-in-hand with her world-renown as a pianist, combining to provide a powerful tool for everyone to enjoy and connect to. Her latest single and video, ‘Eagle’, shows her looking for signs of those we love, even those who’ve departed this life.

Robyn’s father had been a Life Member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, and so when she sees an eagle in the sky, to her it’s a sign that her Dad is watching her from beyond, viewing her life from above, with a bird’s eye view.

As eagles represent strength and integrity, to Robyn it’s a sign that her kind, gentle, and supportive father, is more free than he ever was in this life, and is with her no matter where she is.

‘Eagle’ is a powerful anthem, with each note played on Robyn’s piano serving as a response to her father’s journey, as she goes through every day without him. The eagle allows Robyn to feel his presence, and also to calm her mind and soul. It’s a lovely concept, and one we might like to adopt if we have lost loved ones.

The music video for ‘Eagle’ sees Robyn seated at the piano, in a beautifully calming woodland. As she sings about thinking of her father, represented by the eagle, scenes are interspersed of her walking along the harbourside, head looking to the skies, the gorgeous eagle soaring heavenward. The result is calming, relaxing, and reassuring.

You can watch the glorious music video for ‘Eagle’ below, and find out more about Robyn McCorquodale and her music online on her official website, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Robyn McCorquodale - "Eagle" (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)


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