This song for me is like a jumble of thoughts like the post-weekend blues on a Sunday – it gets referenced in the lyrics about what happened the night before. It’s an observational song too, and I like that. My favourite thing about this song is the vocal arrangement – the harmonies aren’t overbearing. The harmonies drift in and out. It just serves the song.
The second thing is also the overall arrangement of the song, I get the feeling that Aymee has been having fun with this one live because of the way it dips in and out dynamically. What a tune! I like the drums as well especially, you have to listen carefully but they tend to glitch and fade in and out – nice bit of production technique there.
Aymee Weir is a Worcestershire-raised London-based artist who honed her skills busking on the streets of London.