This is such an interesting track for Nishith. I think the groove in the start is so well done, but followed up by a vocal passage and production change I didn't expect. I would say the vocals sit weird on this song, mix wise and I think Nishith might need more time working on his mixes for more intimate songs (reminding of the Effaced outro) - nonetheless once you get used to it, it's not a problem. Honestly, the melodies are nice but to a degree I feel they're a little stiff. I feel like there's a better song in the future for this genre, and Nishith will master it. This song really pays off with it's outro, clearly taking some inspiration from Scott Street from Phoebe Bridgers - but I reckon the added production should've come in halfway through the song. To a degree, the payoff isn't earnt by what proceeded it. It's a very nice sounding song, but still feels somewhat like a nothing song at the same time.