‘I’ll Never Find Another You’ is a Folksy Time Warp Back to 1965 That Everyone Is Loving

Time warp to 1965 when the folk-pop quartet, The Seekers emerged from down-under to top the charts in the UK and the US.

Their radical use of female lead vocals and unique sound of the 12-string guitar and double base made for an exotic sound. As unusual as it was, The Seekers’ sound warms of the heart of everyone who loves the ’60s music.

Judith Durham, the lead singer floats through the melody as the men sing backup vocals.  Her pure, warm voice sailing over the male harmonies, acoustic guitars and double bass.

Hearing this fills my eyes with tears, puts a lump in my throat, and feelings of sadness and nostalgia, but it simultaneously fills me with such happiness and joy. How is that possible with such a simple but beautiful song?

The video is honest and true. Authentic music. No special effects. Just The Seekers performing their smash hit “I’ll Never Find Another You”. This is as good as it gets, folks. Share and enjoy!