KAJA Reflects On Her Native Realms With ‘Polish Flowers’
‘Polish Flowers‘ by KAJA is one of those songs that sticks with you. It’s brilliantly put together, and it gives soulful pop a new dimension.
The tune is an introspective song with many references to KAJA’s native Poland, where she grew up, and it looks back through an intelligent lens. It also has a lot of relevance. As a result, it’s difficult not to gravitate to the singer, who now lives in Scotland.
KAJA delivers a mouth-watering vocal performance, and she gives the game’s heavy hitters a run for their money. She is enthralling from the start, and she avoids introducing any discord into the mix. Also refreshing is the soundtrack, which, although remaining somewhat condensed, adds to the atmosphere created by the literature.
It all starts with a heartfelt piano arrangement that sets a sad tone. This vibe doesn’t go away either, and it’s present throughout the album. However, a drumbeat appears at the finish, adding a new depth to the compound and producing a difficult-to-tame tapping rhythm. KAJA’s emotive vocal also binds the entire composition together, proving that she isn’t just a one-trick pony.
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