High hopes were held following the introduction of this artist name, artwork and indeed the concept of the track. Fortunately, Tranion doesn’t like to disappoint – blending the catchy qualities of pop with an emo-rap vocal outpouring, a clean mix and a colourful bounce of a soundscape.
Insane is a modern contender, vocally complex in its meandering melody, a little jarring on occasion given the dreamy nature of the production but effectively connected to this concept of Insane in being so.
The track feels like a freestyle in some ways, the artist displaying vulnerability and intimacy, a sense of love and longing that’s refreshing to listen to. There’s also plenty of character to the voice, a recognisable degree of identity, which will hopefully ring loud throughout Tranion’s future releases.
The whole thing resolves well towards its end, the bass and guitar riffs intertwining for a quiet, calm finish.