When the song’s hook hits it initially feels like a Fleetwood Mac moment, later tipping its hat to the songwriting style of The Cranberries – the warmth of this sudden arena of instrumental layers, the rise up to these passionate vocals, this melody.

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There’s heartache, struggle & disaster at the core of the writing. Still the music has a sense of optimism – a joyful acceptance of sadness, a groove, that suggests things will continue regardless; at least for now.

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The accompanying visuals suit the changing mood of the track perfectly well – these colors being thrown around at the blank white canvas of a wall seems to pair up beautifully with the inner conflict and honest expression at the heart of the song.