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Kulick Premieres Re-Worked Take Of His 2018 Song, ‘Colors’

June 3 — Alt-rock singer Kulick debuted an updated take of his most popular song to date this week.

The singer, a.k.a. Jacob Kulick, unveiled an updated take of his song, ‘Colors’ Friday. The original song, which premiered in 2018, has received more than 2 million streams in that time. The original composition has a distinct electronic leaning with a sound that is akin to works from Imagine Dragons while the updated take is a much more fiery song that leans more in the vein of his more recent works.

Kulick talked about the song’s update in a prepared statement.

“I decided to do an alternative version of ‘Colors’ because I have really been reflecting on my career lately, and this song has always resonated with me and is actually the most known song of mine,” Kulick said. “I also just released an alternative rock album Everyone I Know Will Die and thought it could be fun to remake colors in that style, if not a little bit heavier. It’s a great song to scream by yourself in your room or car, as well as a song to workout with!

“‘Colors’ has so many meanings to so many people. For me lately, it has been a song of self-love and acceptance, loving yourself and loving others for who they are. Self-love and identity has been difficult for me my whole life, and this song was written in a time where I was questioning many things about myself and my career. The artwork for the single represents that as well.”

Kulick talked in more depth about resurrecting his 2018 single in a documentary that debuted Friday along with the song’s update. The eight-minute discussion is streaming here.

More information on Kulick’s updated take of his song, ‘Colors’ and his latest album is available along with of all his latest news at:

Websitehttps://kulickofficial.com

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/kulickofficial

Twitterhttps://twitter.com/kulickofficial

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