The vocal delivery is really jumping out at me, as I find the baritone in the bands vocal delivery just sublime. This is the kind of sound that identifies a band, something beyond the traditional youthful pop glaze. This has the vocal strength of the National or Foals with a more dreamy indietronica soundscape to back it up.

The song itself is a brilliantly written melodic pop tune with a dragging percussive sound that apart from the vocal, defines this track. The synth and electronic sounds are a nice accompaniment and really build out the melodic edge in the song.

This song is a placeholder to discuss the effects and results of anxiety, and being limited by ones fears. The hopefulness in the track is reflected in the desire to understand these fears and move forward in them. It’s remarkably poetic and especially well written.

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