SolidS “Lily” (review)


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SolidS kicked off Tsukino Pro‘s Kachou Fuugetsu series “Hana”, chosing “Lily” as their representative flower, and what a better to start it then to have Natsuki Hanae at the helm? As Sera Rikka, Natsuki Hanae tackles a though and long track flawlessly. Want to know more about it? Check out our review below!

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Single: Lily
Label: Tsukino Pro
Release date: 22/04/2016 
Genre: J-Pop/Rock

Tracklist:

01. Lily -寄り添う百合のように-
02. Lily -寄り添う百合のように-off vocal-

Track analysis:

1 – Lily

Lily” it’s a complete auditory experience. The song might kick off a little bit slow while the bright piano melody and shamisen lay the first notes setting the mood for this track. Quickly things change as minimal synthetical drums and synth pads join in. The first verse keeps things incredibly simple, leaving enough room for Hanae‘s lower registry to shine. As a powerful tenor, well known for his high note belting, it was refreshing to find him tackling a challenging registry for him throughout the verses but he still nailed it flawlessly. So far this is the longest track featured in the Kachou Fuugetsu series, but “Lily” doesn’t even come near to being boring with its 6:35 minutes of timeless quality. With a higher registry in the chorus, Hanae showcases his falsetto and dazzling high notes enveloped in the soothing instrumental led by the piano and shamisen, complemented with soothing synth pads to give an ethereal air to it. The timeless touch given by the shamisen mixed with minimal drums and synths surprised us – for how great of a mix it is. The vocal performance was stellar – take some time to listen to this flawless piece of heaven if you can. SolidS kicked off this series with a powerful track.

Final rating:5 stars

Lily” is available for purchase on CDJAPAN for all overseas fans.

 

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