The opening to the track creates a haunting, atmospheric introduction.
The vocals aren’t brittle nor breathy but flowing and telling.
The narrative will be relatable to most viewers – when we leave a toxic situation and question the part we play, or assume to play, in the turn of events.
The pattern of going from romanticising the situation to feeling anger and forgiveness is one that is heavily portrayed accurately.
“You are bad but you’re better than me” is repeated, eventually coming to a climax of questioning, anxiety-ridden tones.
The track is out on the 4th of October and will be available on streaming websites.
Words Emma Stevens