Hold The Girl is a contemplation of Rina's adolescence and the album reflects that with an early 2000s pop sound. The tracklist is a progressive journey through trauma, acceptance, and healing. The songs are upbeat, moody, and a little edgy. I find that it's hard to hear Rina and the production—everything sounds kind of cloudy.
By the way, I will never get over the fact that Rina looks like a diffuser on the cover. It even has the little wisps of scented steam