East Los Angeles musician and singer-songwriter Gabriel Munoz has a brand new organic electropop number with his latest single Fake Highs. The song runs for slightly more than three minutes but manages to packs a tight punch.
Fake High is a masterful blend of electropop and guitar-driven rhythms, resulting in a unique and infectious sound. The song’s catchy chorus and upbeat melodies make it an enjoyable listen, while the lyrics offer a deeper and more thoughtful message about the struggles of the youth and the limits of fake highs.
The song begins with a guitar riff and transitions into some stunningly performed and produced vocals by Gabriel. The guitar rhythm drives the song forward along with some astute electronic production and the use of vocal effects after the chorus. Also, the song while using the organic guitar blends it well with the broader electronic pop sound. Gabriel Munoz with his effective and clear expressive songwriting makes a mark.
The song has great vocals and is sure to get stuck in your head after just one listen. The song deals with the troubles of dealing with life as young adults and its tribulations in a tricky world. Does anybody even get eight hours of sleep anymore? is one lyric which makes a statement. The clarity of the vocals in terms of the production and the crispness of the sound is something I noted. The tempo and catchy melodies mask the underlying message, making it a relatable and thought-provoking listen.
Overall, Fake High is a well-crafted and enjoyable track that showcases Gabriel Munoz as an exceptional vocalist and tight songwriter.
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