- Kimi ni Todoke
1. Kimi ni Todoke
Kimi ni Todoke begins with filtered chants, accompanied by piano chords and a quiet, buzzing guitar. The verse is a ballad to start with, but as the drums enter, the tempo becomes medium paced, similar to Wake You Up. Leo’s voice shows lots of expression, she hits the high notes well, and her vibrato is gorgeous. In the chorus, her power increases but keeps that great tone of hers. We also see the use of light synthage in the instrumentation. I can’t say I liked the fade out of her vocals at the end, but apart from that it’s a strong track!
I continue to be happy with Leo Ieiri’s releases. Like I said last review, her style of music isn’t my preferred genre, but what makes it for me is her fantastic voice. Another good single.