Check out this jangly, jangly track. Seriously, do it. It’s pretty fun and jangly guitars aren’t the only thing that’s good about it. I guess you want me to talk about what else is good about it? Fine, I’m getting back into all of this so give me a break. Xela’s voice has a folky quality which is able to hold a tune, two qualities which often appear to be mutually exclusive. Whilst the shift from verse to chorus can feel slightly jarring, it provides a variety which sets the song apart from so many in the genre.