KOLIR represents a transformative phase in ONUKA's discography. The album is deeply personal, influenced by significant life events—most notably, the birth of Nata and Eugene's first child in 2020. While addressing social issues, particularly through the track "GUMA," the album also explores Nata's personal emotions, notably in her favorite track "TY." It concludes with a modern twist on a traditional Ukrainian lullaby, merging contemporary soundscapes with cultural heritage. Featured on the third full-length album, KOLIR (Colour), "GUMA" draws inspiration from the auditory cues guiding visually impaired individuals at Kyiv's "Slavutych" metro station. The song aims to spotlight the challenges faced by this community, encapsulated in the leitmotif: "I don't hear, I don't see, I don't speak." These words resonate with the apathy and indifference often shown towards people with disabilities. The accompanying video, directed by Eugene Filatov (also known as The Maneken), unfolds this narrative further, depicting individual struggles against societal systems and resistance to automation.