I love this.
The track reminds me of Moses Sumney and some Fleet Foxes. I have a big appreciation for their attention to detail. Every single sound to even the smallest tones of every instrument sound so refurbished. From the strings sections to the brass instruments, everything feels super fine-tuned and perfected. A very heartfelt track with much ambiguity, I'm having trouble interpreting lyricism, but from what I've picked up, it feels like an unstable relationship mixed with an ode to friends and family, plus Jerskin Fendrix and Black Midi references. Overall, a lot of reflection taking place. The structure is great and it just builds up smoothly. Based on the previous rollout track, I'm assuming this will be one of the more somber tracks on the record. Super excited, they have a lot of talent.