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WATCH: We are swooning at Paul Mescal’s piano duet with his younger sister


by Shayna Sappington
17th Jul 2020
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The actor recently shared a chilling duet with his musical sister Nell


And now for the question of the year: “Is there anything Paul Mescal can’t do?”

Fans are swooning over his latest music video on Instagram.

In the video, he sings a beautiful duet with his sister Nell, a musician herself, and does his fair share of keeping up with her talents.

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They sing a coffeehouse rendition of ‘Nothing Arrived’ by the Irish indie folk band, Villagers.

Featured in a fittingly black-and-white style, Paul starts playing the sitting room piano while Nell shows off her impressive voice.

Then the siblings join together on the chorus and prove just how ridiculously talented the Mescal family is.

You can watch the full video below:

Musical talents: Part one

This isn’t the first time the Normal People actor has shown off his singing talents. Paul posted a cover of Sia’s ‘Chandelier’ in May.

He surprised fans with his talents and humbly labelled the video: “My sister @nellmescal is better than me!”

https://www.instagram.com/tv/B_8TrQ1nIk-/?utm_source=ig_embed

And while that may be true, it doesn’t make him any less of an Irish sensation.

We are already buzzing about his new series The Deceived set to air later this year.

Who knows what the actor will do next? Maybe his next song could be an ode to Connell’s iconic gold chain?

Feature image: Instagram/@mrporterlive

 

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