The song was really interesting it had three parts and the end made it sound chaotic. The first part when in opened up with an acoustic guitar was peaceful. Then the second part sounded like a build up to the third part. The opening to it was my favorite part of the song but when it switched to the chaotic screeching sound I tried to ignore it but was a part that definitely stood out the most of the track. Throughout the song I loved the harmonies used it sounded amazing. The song is a 8 out of 10 for me.
I like it. I can understand why it’s called an argument and it perfect. It’s very powerful and the end where they make the instrument sound like an elephant and a nice touch that I don’t see how it the song could go without it.
With a peaceful start and a chaotic/argument end this song was more enigmatic than I could expect, something that I liked is how the song seems to change it's meaning a little bit once you hear it while watching the video, it was something that I could enjoy and yet no fully understand, maybe because of the changes between the soft vibes that the harmonized part gave and the aggressiveness of the beat later.
It sounds like an actually argument which was a really good touch to the song
The vocal and instrumental harmonies really on another level. The tones of the violent drums and the serene guitar honestly create a musical experience that is really unique. The later part of the song reminds me of some certain The Beatles songs in a way since the guitar in the background sounds somewhat like a sitar playing at the end with the background violins. Though I don't really enjoy songs about relationships, I can really appreciate the complex imagery that the singer portrays through the folk-y tone ( in the way he/she sings). The song was really enjoyable to listen to, I would give this song a 7.8 out of 10.