Review: Violet

Violet is a compilation album comprised of 15 incredible tracks with flower topic. The album opens with composition called - The Thought of a Wildflower - which, in my opinion, is a great choice for the album opener. Starting with catchy beat and guitars, it brings retro vibes, as well as Stargazer and Milk Weed. The 13th song - Dendrobium Mania - tune with pleasant beat, which makes listeners move, as well as You Always Save My Ass. Sakura Season and Candles And Flowers surprise us with the groovy beat: these songs literally make us feel the whole mood of the album. Melodic arrangement will definitely stay in the head for a long time. The 7th song on the record, Bright Bloom, impressed me with its atmosphere and energy: it made this song interesting and remarkable, as well as Nurture Something. Hanafuda, which is one of my favorites from the album, is an easily memorable song: it has interesting rhythm, catchy melody and rich arrangement. Old Growth, the 8th song on the record, is the one that will definitely make listeners relax because of its calmness, as well as Pequizeiro and Shining Golden Rod. It starts with beautiful acoustic music and developes into fully-arranged track. Jasmine, My Wife, Not The Flower and Flower Song are the ones that help you to dive deep in thoughts after a hard day.

To sum up, everything in Violet comes together in a stream of consciousness style. These 15 tracks will definitely transfer you into another dimension of inspirational music.