Uk-based Ruiz! has decided to grant 2022 one more blessing before it ends. The UK artist has returned with a new song called "The Human Touch," a very unique song about how people have lost affection and respect for one another. He penned it as a call for people to stop isolating and to start figuring out how to become united as a society once more.
Ruiz! has had a very long and successful musical career to date. His music has been broadcast on several prominent radio shows, including BBC Introducing Mix Tape by Tom Robinson in the UK and BBC6Music.
With a superb guitar intro and heart-wrenching vocals, "The Human Touch" is an indie-rock tune that is a joy to listen to. The vocals are breathtaking right away, with a variety of pitch choices and amazing vocal harmonies. To say the very least, the production is excellent. The guitar and drums received some incredible attention, with the guitar chords standing out in particular. The track's powerful bass serves as somewhat of a foundation, and the instrumentals were really lively, upbeat, and enjoyable.
This song really comes as a bundle; all the instruments come together as one and make a beautiful sound like no other. The song's lyrics are also noteworthy because they are very profound and discuss how humans have avoided one another and their feelings for one another, but that we should now move on and learn to love each other once more. The first verse begins, "Doused with doubts, we move on, how could we get it, so so wrong?" These lyrics are heartfelt, and they serve as a wonderful reflection for us listeners to rekindle our love for one another.
This song is really creative and entertaining, and it offers a remarkable message for those who are listening. I definitely suggest giving it a listen and sharing it for the world to hear. Ruiz!, with each return, demonstrates his musical prowess, and I am personally looking forward to hearing what he has in store for us in 2023. Make sure to follow him on social media and listen to "The Human Touch" on Spotify to show him loads of love.