The tone for the track is set from the get go. No need for messing around with turn arounds or fills, the piano and backing vocals are all that's needed. It's almost like Gordon needs his listener to be relaxed to enjoy this song. The piano is very mellow here, it does a great job of outlining the chords while a guitar is finger picked over it. The guitar isn't too sharp in the mix but you can hear it well enough, even in those magical moments when the keys and guitars line up to hit the chords on the same beats. Even the electronic drums contribute to how much of a relaxing experience listening to this track is. They're lower in the mix than a full kit might have been. In a way it's more important that the bass drum is felt rather than heard. It fits well considering the other instruments are being played around each other almost as much as they're being played with each other.