Munch's 'Life in Technicolor' is a bouncy, feel-good track

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Maher Hachem, aka Munch. - ZACH HAGY
  • Zach Hagy
  • Maher Hachem, aka Munch.

“Life in Technicolor” is a fresh feel-good song reminiscent of '90s Souls of Mischief musical vibes.
The melodic track features a bouncy bassline, high pitched keys, and a sprinkle of chimes. The hook sums up the lighthearted feel of the song: “I’m in love with date nights and conversation/ Spark another incense, light a new sensation.”

Munch describes himself as a, “Detroit native with California charisma” and that energy is thoroughly felt throughout this track.



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