The song itself is a ballad, and has a slightly simple country pop production, a sound that's not new, and instead recognizable. There are no real risks taken production-wise on this track, but the piano base and radio friendly sound is effective in conveying the message of the track. One thing that this song could benefit from is some sort of bridge. The build up to that bridge and what Gill could have added to the history of heartbreak told in the song could have added a lot to the track. Lyrically, Gill has proven herself to be very strong. All of the choruses, especially the last one are works of art, and Gill could have created a bridge that was as beautiful or even more beautiful than the rest of the track
This is a emotional and honest debut, and a strong one at that. By starting out her career with a song like this, Gill will have more freedom as to where she goes next with her music because she hasn't boxed herself in with a certain type of song. She's got the talent, now let's see what she does with it in the future.
Overall rating: 4 crowns