Paul Usher Shares New Single ‘Don’t Show Me Heaven’

British singer and songwriter Paul Usher has just shared his brand new single Don't Show Me Heaven, a retro soul piano ballad packed with tons of soul and emotion. 
I am loving Paul Usher's powerful, expressive vocals and how passionate his vocal delivery is, effortlessly connecting the listeners to his relatable storytelling. Don't Show Me Heaven is a song that celebrates the magnitude of love's first bold embrace and culminates by lamenting its loss. This song beautifully showcases Paul's daring vulnerability and gorgeous vocals and has a classic, timeless appeal that is reminiscent of Carole King and Motown torch songs.  
Don't Show Me Heaven is tinged with doo-wop backing vocals, gospel style piano, steady percussion, complete with lashings of reverb and soaring baritone voice. This heartfelt, honest storytelling is quite an enthralling and memorable listening experience perfect for those rainy days home alone with ones thoughts. Check it out below!



Speaking about the song, Paul Usher said,
‘In many ways this song saved my life. My first and greatest love was on the rocks and I didn’t know what to do. I was so enraptured by this relationship and yet I didn’t know what to do to save it. I wanted to just scream ‘I love you’ in the hope that the depth of feeling I had could be heard and felt and understood and returned by him; but I was also scared it may break with the weight of those words. I was lost. At times I wished I’d never experienced this love if it wasn’t going to last, hence the title ‘Don’t Show Me Heaven’ - but at the same time it had changed my life and opened me up to a new way of seeing and experiencing the world that I would never wish to escape from. My piano and the song were my solace.’