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Huntley Only Shared a Teaser of His Passionate New Song, But We're Already Obsessed

The Voice Season 24 winner had the perfect weather for the occasion. 

By Jackie Manno

Huntley is working on some original new music in the perfect setting. 

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Watch the Season 26 premiere of The Voice on Monday, September 23 at 8/7c on NBC and next day on Peacock. 

On March 27, The Voice Season 24 winner shared a teaser video of the progress he's making on his new song called ''Tell Me When It's Over.'' In the clip, he plays an intricate guitar intro while sitting outside a window on a rainy day. Then, he uses his raspy voice to sing introspective lyrics. 

''Nothing like working on an Original tune on a perfect rainy day 🌧️ 'Tell Me When It’s Over,'” he captioned the clip.

Listen to the beautiful tune later down in this post. 

While Huntley's original songs surely sound gripping, he is an expert at pulling off moving covers as well. Back in 2022, he showed off his piano skills by putting a unique twist on ''Too Close'' by Alex Care. During his version, he played the keys intensely for an epic accompaniment.

RELATED: Watch Huntley's Heartfelt Music Video He Filmed Before He Won The Voice Season 24

Huntley Performs "Another Love" by Tom Odell | The Voice Live Finale | NBC

Huntley on winning The Voice Season 24 

Huntley got a rare four chair turn during his Blind Audition, where he sang ''She Talks to Angels'' by The Black Crowes. His other performances include "Hold My Hand" by Hootie & the Blowfish, "Wanted Dead or Alive" by Bon Jovi, "Daylight" by David Kushner, "With a Little Help From my Friends" by The Beatles, "Way Down We Go" by Kaleo, and "Exile" by Taylor Swift and Bon Iver. 

In a December 2023 interview with NBC Insider shortly after his win, Huntley explained why he chose to come on the show in the first place. 


"I think for me, winning The Voice wasn't really my goal. Every time I went out there, my goal — every single time — was to create a moment. Because I never genuinely thought that I was going to win The Voice. I just wanted to create a resume to show exactly who I was," he told us. 

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He also talked about why he ended up choosing Niall Horan as his Coach, and how his mentorship helped him come out on top. 

"He's definitely helped me find out what my brand is, and also where my brand can branch off to. I definitely want to stay true to my rock and roll roots. But I've shown that I can also jump into the mainstream with records like 'Way Down We Go,' 'Daylight,' and also 'Another Love.' This man knows how to pick songs, I'll tell you that,'' he said.