The D-Day Darlings have quickly emerged as one of the more beloved singing groups to come out of Great Britain. They are probably best known for their appearance on the hit show Britain’s Got Talent.
They are at their best when they are singing songs from the World War II era, and they turned their attention to the Vera Lynn classic, ‘We’ll Meet Again.’ The seven-member group sang it beautifully.
Their official video added to the beauty of the music as well. The women were dressed in full uniform and walked out to perform in an airplane hangar, standing in front of a vintage Lancaster bomber.
Their acapella style is both acoustically appealing as well as impressive in its execution. While each of the performers takes a verse, the other singers support her with their voices.
It is a touching song that was first made famous during the war effort, but the lyrics still ring true in many ways today. Most important is the amount of hope and optimism in words.
Overall, it is sweet and memorable performance for the D-Day Darlings. It also serves as a fitting tribute to the legendary Vera Lynn, who first made the song a beloved classic with her abilities.
For listeners who want to take a stroll down memory lane and remember the sounds of the late 1930s and early 1940s, the D-Day Darlings deliver with a stirring and remarkable performance.