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  • Alyssa Gallardo

Review: "Feel Things" - AMAVA

Amava reveals a new type of pop with this synth-heavy track “Feel Things”. In this song, Amava explores hyperpop and a more production based type of music that reveals a new strength in her. She really pulled out all the stops, and it worked amazing for her. With this song, Amava leaves a lasting impression on listeners and sucks them into this new soundscape. Amava is growing faster than ever, and her music is reflecting that. It’s new and it’s experimental and it’s all the things that make the song so good.

This hyperpop inspired song has all the people jamming out, the pop inspiration flowing through the chorus and the electronic notes evident in the beats and synths. Especially in the chorus, there are these elements that all come together and build up this tension just to release and satisfy the listeners. The bridge, on the other hand, is an amazing show of talent and builds the song up even more with the production, and it creates this feeling that really establishes a connection and impact on the listeners. The lyrics add to the flow of the song, the vocals being electric and vibrant to combat the deeper lyrics and metaphors. Everything about the song screams hyperpop in the best way, it’s true to its genre and encapsulates the feeling of what hyperpop is supposed to be.

Amava is a Nashville-based pop artist after spending her childhood in Oregon. She’s always been a singer-songwriter, but only in recent years has she dipped her toes into more of a hyper-pop song inspired by the likes of Charli XCX and Lorde. She’s evolved from a small town girl to a pop-star in just a couple years, and she’ll become even bigger and bigger in the near future.

Written By Alyssa Gallardo



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