Fake Highs by Gabriel Munoz: Review
Gabriel Munoz’s ‘Fake Highs’ is a single that mainly talks about how difficult life can be at times, as well as all the unhealthy coping mechanisms that can exist to counteract those problems. In his music, the singer can engage his audience by pointing out the harsh realities of life that one might face. The song is a superb combination of electronic pop and guitar rhythms that result in an overall distinctive and appealing sound.
The catchy chorus and uplifting melody of the song make it an entertaining listen, yet the words provide a deeper and more philosophical message about the hardships of youth and the confines of synthetic substance abuse. The track opens with a riff and moves into brilliantly delivered and produced vocals, while the guitar rhythms move the song forward, instantly making it a song that you will be humming to unknowingly after the first listen.
‘Fake Highs’ is a thoughtful track with a captivating and calming composition that helps us deal with the problems that life might throw at us. The guitar, crackling, and singing, stir up the feeling of aimlessly wandering through a club, feeling lost, unsure, and distorted. Overall, the artist was able to deliver a timeless message using his musical talents, making for a memorable listen indeed.
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Review by: Paul Woodman