Taking the spaciousness acoustica and crystalline vocals of folk music and the gentle infectiousness of the pop world, Quick is a gorgeous song, even on face value. Dig a little deeper and it becomes sublime.

Not just the deft and delicate way that everything hangs together sonically and the sparing use of splashes of piano but lyrically to. It is a song that we can all relate to the experience of change, and the loss, grief, resistance, nostalgia and acceptance that comes with it.

And the simple but effective video reminds us that change is both inevitable and indeed necessary.

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