Karuna Release ‘Tipping Point’ And ‘The Shape Of Water’

On their new track, ‘Tipping Point’, Karuna, the new band from the United Kingdom, speak candidly. It’s a release that many people will relate to, considering the pressing need to address the global difficulties we are all facing. It also emphasises that we all need to do more to protect the environment in the future. The single also includes a similar tune, ‘The Shape Of Water,’ which adds to Abigial Rooley-Towle’s storyline.

‘Tipping Point’ is a release that stands out in a sea of similar tunes, and the differentiation it establishes helps it to provide a platform for reflection on society and the world as it is now. Also, the music is sincere and emotional, and Abi delivers a vocal performance that few will be able to compare to many others on the scene today. Furthermore, she sings with her heart on her sleeve, and her early music influences establish a fresh way ahead not just for herself but also for the genre.

The release has a plethora of structural alterations, which keeps us focused on the speakers for the duration. Furthermore, the path is constantly changing and reflects the world, which is also continually evolving. The nostalgic sounds that emerge also form an experience that encourages the listener to return for more. It is the same for ‘The Shape Of Water,’ which came out on the same day as ‘Tipping Point’; both strike a chord for the right reasons.

So, wait no longer. You can take a listen to this new single by Karuna here.

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