"Call In" and "I Came From Love" are two tracks about different sides of love. These are highlights because of the truly country feel in the lyrics of these. The former track is more blues-influenced, about convincing her boyfriend to call in sick to the office and stay with her all day. At first glance, the topic of this song could seem cliche and cheesy, but Logan masterfully portrays a real love. She includes particular details like "you'll laugh when I burn the pancakes" and "we'll watch old eighties movies/I'll cry at all the sad scenes/you can't help but laugh every time I do." She details the infatuation stage of a relationship so beautifully. This is a song where she really shows off her ability to capture the voice of a normal young woman in love. The latter track, "I Came From Love" details a different kind of a relationship when the relationship with a guy isn't what she wanted. Logan details the relationship of her parents, speaking of how they got married so young but were always so infatuated with each other. This is another way Logan connects to the common young women; showing the expectations many people have for relationships that aren't always fulfilled. Although "Call In" is the stronger between these two, Logan shines vocally, lyrically, and emotionally on this song.
The R&B flair that Logan speaks of in her music becomes more pronounced in the last track on this EP, "Graffiti." This track is an interesting mixture of tracks like "Why Baby Why" from Mickey Guyton's debut EP and Cam's EP Welcome to Cam Country. This is the only true breakup track of this collection. Graffiti is an interesting topic to cover in a song because there are so many different ways to interpret it. Logan compares graffiti to how she was changed and damaged after a bad breakup and relationship with "your mark's all over me/ just like graffiti." However, the most powerful lyric in this song is "you went and drew all over me/but I could never be your masterpiece." There are toxic relationships when you are never going to be what the person is looking for, but they try to mold you into that person that they want, who you're not. Logan again approaches a complex topic with a poise and power and knowledge far beyond her years.
Logan describes her music as a blending of R&B and bluegrass. This EP reflects that description, with the varied sounds between the songs. Overall, this EP is incredible. It is at a level that many artists don't reach, and even though it is just acoustic, there is a polish and professionalism found that is hard to find in artists just starting out. Logan has pure, raw talent and she doesn't need vocal effects and booming guitars to make her sound good. Abby Logan is definitely one to watch.
Best tracks: Until The Summer Ends, Call In, Graffiti
Throwaway tracks: Inside Out
Overall rating: 4 and a half crowns