The more traditional folk opening lulls you into a false sense of security, and as the song finds its feet and opens up, it reveals itself to be a wonderfully perky and poised pop piece. Cecelia Heiner might not have a typical pop voice; it’s much better than that, but she really holds her own fronting Aftershock.

The more you play it, the more you’ll love it, and considering that I pretty much fell for the song within the first minute of the first spin, it’s going to be a song that really stays with you. Go on, try it…you’ll love it too.

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