However ,The overall sound is summery and quite hopeful. The melancholic lyrics are juxtaposed against bright chord progressions and a bouncing slow bass which rocks and grooves throughout the track giving it a danceable quality. Wether it's the distortion around the chorus or the audible snap of the plectrum as it hits the strings with force, there's a sense of brooding angst beneath the summer feel. This angst escapes in bursts every now and then with impassioned licks from an overdriven lead guitar part, as if it were barely containable at any other point. As we hit the climax of the track, we're hit with the full force of the lead guitar which when paired with the now belted vocals of Phillips makes for an awesome, triumphant conclusion - in a moment that feels like it was teased from the opening chords.