VÉRITÉ - "Colors"
I first heard VÉRITÉ around this time last year (almost to the day, apparently), and was immediately impressed with the new musician. Cut to a year and one very well-received EP later, and the New York songstress is back with "Colors", the second song from her upcoming sophomore EP. "Colors", which was produced by Zach Nicita of MS MR, opens timidly enough with distorted synths, a catchy percussion loop, and Kelsey Byrne's clean vocals. It then sheds that timid skin when the chorus hits and it becomes a full-blown production. This track sounds angrier than other material I've heard from her, but it is also arguably better (depending on your point of view). Any way you look at it, VÉRITÉ's popularity is only going to grow as she continues to evolve her sound and show us how talented she is.