Peach Nietzsche by Yew Haiku: Review
Fuschia Smith is the artistic mind behind Yew Haiku, with an amazing ability to create experimental pop music. Their track “Peach Nietzsche” has a unique melody with a light electronica tune and faded beats. In addition to that, a poetic singer leads the hymn, and they’ll hook you in from the very first note.
“Peach Nietzsche” is what you get when the forces of pop, avant-garde and chillhop gather together. This blend of genres is active in Yew Haiku’s tune, and the sound of it all is quite pleasant. The song will surely resonate alongside fans of the aforementioned genres, even more so with a bonus of a trippy guitar solo. Speaking of trippy, the vocal passages have a dreamy tone and an aura of mystery surrounding them. The production work and vocal technique the artist instilled played a major role in maintaining that flow. It’s a mixture of melancholy, deep poetry, and psychedelia. Altogether, these elements form a connection with an audience and leave them in a memorable trance.
The guitar solo of the piece was delightful to hear on repeat. The pacing is not too swift, or slow, but just the right tempo. That segment has character and brings forth a dramatic transition in “Peach Nietzsche” that fits perfectly. Ultimately, Yew Haiku’s track has amazing potential, and the artist’s ability to merge instruments and vocal bits is pretty creative. It’s an impressive song that truly deserves more recognition.
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