Track Review: Good Things Are Coming // Kinga Angelys
Known for her heart-warming, jovial, engaging and enthusiastic melodies, Canadian singer-songwriter Kinga Angelys aims to infect audiences with her exuberant style. Filling her songs with her vibrant personality, Kinga has been turning heads since her debut single ‘Parachute’ in 2019. In fact, with coverage from The Other Side Reviews, Sinusoidal Music, The Sounds Won’t Stop, Pop Passion Blog, The Singers Company, YMX, Clout and many others, Kinga Angelys is garnering a following across the globe. The latest addition to her discography is the single ‘Good Things Are Coming’.
Just in time for International Happiness Day on March 20th, 2023, Kinga releases her buoyant single ‘Good Things Are Coming’. Following her jovial single ‘Second Chances’, ‘Good Things Are Coming’ is another beautifully vibrant and cheerful song filled with Kinga’s bold vocals. While the brightness of the melody is filled with toe-tapping reggae vibes, the pop-ness of the song is boosted by Kinga’s unique vocals. In an interview with The Singers Company, Kinga shared that her honed sound comes from “experimenting with my vocal range…playing with my voice in various genres (even singing my favourite songs) helped me assess whether my tone was right for the song/style or not…” – for us, this “experimenting” results in the powerhouse tones we hear in ‘Good Things Are Coming’.
Just as the track has a toe-tapping cheeriness, the lyricism is as exciting and, well, cheery. Looking at the proverbial bright light at the end of the tunnel, ‘Good Things Are Coming’ oozes optimism and hopefulness. Kinga explains that “the verses are vivid with an intimate invitation of how to be a light in the darkness…the importance of never giving up, ‘Good Things Are Coming’ shines and is sure to lift souls and spirits in need of inspiration…”
Sincere, sentimental and a refreshing breath of life in mundane realities, Kinga Angelys touches our souls with her new song.
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