Victoria Moralez returns with ‘Colored Transmission Waves’
‘Colored Transmission Waves’ is the return of Victoria Moralez. It’s a striking track with a nail-biting delivery that ventures into a distinct pop zone.
Victoria’s vocal overture opens the track, which joins a cosmopolitan-sounding percussion rhythm in the background. Then a diverse range of sounds emerges, each with a distinct impact. It’s refreshing to hear Victoria come up with a sound that isn’t too identical to anything else now on the charts. Her voice has a mature quality to it, but it also has a youthful quality, with her choice of words standing out in a prominent light.
Moralez continues to open up more and more as the song develops. She sings with her heart on her sleeve the entire time, and her quality is difficult to fault. She sings with genuine assurance and her lyrics come over as plain as day. But it’s not simply her bright and noticeable diction and articulation that sticks out; the track is also exciting musically. It twists and turns as it evolves, taking us down a variety of paths and keeping us on the edge of our seats.
However, having more supporting harmony throughout some parts would have been even better. It frequently feels like more force lurking behind the back, ready to spring forth. As a result, a powerful backing harmony may have made this tune even more effective and contributed to the track’s already vast sound. Nonetheless, it sounds solid, and while it would have been an excellent addition, Victoria still cruises through the tune with ease.
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