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SINGLE REVIEW: Pink by GEA

GEA is back and ready to release her album that she’s been working on for so long. ‘Butterflies’ is going to be the anthem that propels her to new heights because it seems as she is truly allowing herself to be vulnerable and speak on what’s been going on in her life. The track that we really connected with was “Pink”. It’s a soft soothing track that showcases her soft voice and the power it has to make you feel warm inside. Yes, the feeling of warmth coming from a voice is a rare occurrence because we are constantly looking for someone who can soothe us back to a normal state of mind, soothe us back to a calm, relaxing place to live withing ourselves. The beautiful melody being provided by the grand piano is quite simple with a few notes, but that’s all what GEA really needs. “Pink” is about pain, endurance, closing your eyes and holding your breath to feel as if you’re finally free, free from the world. As touchy a topic suicide is, GEA embraces such a tough topic with such a soft sound, a sound that welcomes in love, friendship, and new life. We no longer should see red, but we should see pink, the color that is nonthreatening and loved. Follow GEA’s voice and take her hand to a safe haven within her voice, withing her soul. ‘Butterflies’ follows the same hope as “Pink” and GEA does a phenomenal job of reaching out to her fans and to those who need a helping hand, a pick-me-up to get lost in her music and not in this life.

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by Harrison Morgan

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