"Madly Deeply" comes next. This track is excellent, with the pop rock Taylor Swift circa 2010 production, but it's placement on the EP is not a smart decision. After the cynical "What Is Love," this track does not continue the story as well. It should have been the last track on the EP, because it rounds out the story, where Ungar does find her fairytale in the midst of the chaos. There is an acoustic version at the end that fulfills this, and actually outshines the original version, with the more stripped down country production that creates a masterpiece of a song.
Besides the bonus track (the acoustic version of "Madly Deeply"), the EP finishes with "Let's Start Again." This song is the best on the EP. However, it doesn't exactly fit with the rest of the record, for this track is plain pop rock, in the vein of Avril Lavigne and Kelly Clarkson. There are country instrumentals, but this is not a country song. This production suits Ungar's voice as much as the stripped down production does. Ungar has a particular voice in which she sounds her best at the two opposite ends of the spectrum, when the production is loud and noisy, and when it is quiet and acoustic. Lyrically, again this is no highlight, but it is a fun teenage summer anthem.
The question I am left with at the end of this musical journey, is why Ungar decided to go into country music. Yes, this EP is good, and she does do the country pop well, but her vocals would be much more suited to a more folk pop sound, like in "Deeper For You" or a pop rock sound like in "Let's Start Again." Ungar has talent and potential, but she does have to find the right genre for her music, because she hasn't quite found what is the best for her to take her career yet. She's still young, so it's understandable, but as soon as she does figure out her musical direction, she will be a force to be reckoned with.
Best tracks: Deeper For You, Madly Deeply (Acoustic Version), Let's Start Again
Throwaway tracks: Open
Overall rating: 3 and a half crowns