“Red” are somehow a shift and a very different track from “Change”. The guitar-intro impresses us with a nice hum and evolves into something rock flavoured with violin strings playing in the background. It’s an emotional track that catches every emotion of everybody who hears it. It’s somehow about being “perfect” as Daniel sings, “It took something perfect, to paint it red”. Along with the impressive arrangement, Daniel’s soulful, raspy vocals ventures into the whole track making it one of his finest, as far as we’re concerned. It’s an effortless performance that gives him a bit of edge and shows his musicality in another sense. Although he could use some falsettos to make it a little bit sweeter, “Red” is purely enough as he sang it. It’s really one of the better tracks in his debut album and it’s a possible hit breaking away from current chart toppers.