The production shows itself to be well crafted towards the latter half of the song, and the whole thing becomes notably familiar the further along you get.
It’s really just a beautiful recording, a great song, hopefully one that has a positive influence on all who hear it. A pleasure to experience.
Sarantos has a skill for painting a vivid picture with his music, and although the idea of cheating is unpleasant; the music dances in the face of concern.
There is nothing fake or false; Sarantos prides himself on being a real artist, with much of what it is to be human; imperfections and all.
“There should never be a reason for conflicted or confused young people struggling with feelings of sexuality to commit suicide.” – Sarantos.