“Sound Of Silence” Is Played On An 18-String-Guitar And It’s Absolutely Mesmerizing…

“Sound Of Silence” Is Played On An 18-String-Guitar And It’s Absolutely Mesmerizing… | I Love Classic Rock Videos

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Hello Darkness My Old Friend….

One of the most eerie songs in the history of music is Simon and Garfunkel’s “Sound of Silence.” Whenever you hear it, you can’t help but get chills down your spine. The entire song is very dark, but can also be incredibly comforting when you’re feeling low.

CULVER CITY, CA – JUNE 10: Musicians Art Garfunkel (L) and Paul Simon of Simon & Garfunkel perform onstage during the 38th AFI Life Achievement Award honoring Mike Nichols held at Sony Pictures Studios on June 10, 2010 in Culver City, California. The AFI Life Achievement Award tribute to Mike Nichols will premiere on TV Land on Saturday, June 25 at 9PM ET/PST. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for AFI)

As if this song couldn’t get any more melancholic, YouTube musician Jamie Dupuis gave the song an extra layer of somberness by covering the classic tune on an 18 string harp guitar. Jamie takes the song to another level, and this video will give you all the feels. Any fan of this song will love this rendition, and honestly, it’s completely mesmerizing. I found myself almost hypnotized at the sound of this rendition, and I loved every second of it!

NEW YORK – CIRCA 1957: Left to right Art Garfunkel and Paul Simon as Tom and Jerry pose for a portrait circa 1957 in New York City, New York. (Photo by James Kriegsmann/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Fun Fact: Paul Simon took six months to write the lyrics, which are about man’s lack of communication with his fellow man. He averaged one line a day.

Check out the amazing rendition down below, and let us know what you think!