I had to go back and double check that the song didn’t change, and then it became obvious that this was going to be a special avant-pop record.
Digifae aesthetically plays with ideas of love in the digital age, nature, and the fantastical. Flowers is a high point of the album that really exemplifies the motifs and ideas of contrast they are trying to get across. Diana sings, I cried a lot and we never even started. Tear me apart and bury me in the garden. Tear drops falling everytime we parted. Flowers blossom, now I’m broken hearted. A throaty 303 bassline looms in the background and the scene changes, and she realized she had been taken advantage of to the tune of saw waves and halftime breakdowns. Galen flexes her vocal technique later on the track over a dark section, growling and howling over thumping kicks and deep bass plucks. Then the song fades to atmospheric wind chimes and vibraphones over some foley that evokes a hidden oasis in the woods.