Language Arts’ folky resonance calls us to times that were simpler… that’s my take. The vocal is a twisting river that flows through beautiful symbolism and poetic phrase. A little akin to Sufjan Stevens and other folk-pop contemporaries, the melancholic, and eclectic vocal is slight and almost cute. It has a childish tone that the listener can instantly feel drawn to.

Instrumentally the track is engaging, the mix is perfect, everything sits well and balances each other. It’s a whimsical track that captures your heartstrings and pulls you down to earth.

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