Peter Hollens is known for covering popular songs on the radio and those from movies. His unique a cappella style has gained over two and a half million subscribers on YouTube.
In his version of “Misty Mountains” from Peter Jackson’s movie adaptation of The Hobbit, Hollens records multiple tracks of himself singing every part of the song. The end result is astounding.
From deep bass to high soprano, Hollens’ range is almost as impressive as the control he has over his vocals. The compilation of the individual tracks put together creates an amazing piece of art for the ears.
Hollens has also collaborated with Home Free’s Tim Foust on this same song to see if his fans like this one or the original better. While both versions have well over 100,000 likes, the winner is clear.
Hollens’ first compilation in this video featuring the unmatched harmony of his own voice takes the cake with twice as many votes. Sometimes it’s just impossible to beat the original version.
We can attest that this truly is the most epic version of “Misty Mountains” that Peter Hollens has done, and possibly the most epic version to exist on the internet.
Peter Hollens has an extraordinary gift for music. He loves to share it with the world by performing songs that his fans will continue to listen to over and over again.