Mallory continues to impress not only as a singer, but as a songwriter. With this song, she aims for simplicity, with a two-lined chorus and a simplistic production (although we may get a more fully produced version of this song in the future?). But even with that simplicity, the writing is top-tier, and the story is well developed. Mallory is fabulous at putting together specific situations and painting a scene, like she does so well in the 2014 track "This Side of Town." And she's great at crafting infectious hooks, as she does in "Broken Things." But she's also amazing at taking the most human feelings, and putting them on paper in a way that connect to anyone that listens. There's no glitz or glamour in this song. It's just Mallory, an acoustic guitar, and her words. And with that, Mallory shines.