The lyrics are put together in an impressive way and are pretty beautiful. The melody is pretty similar the whole way through, but there is a slightly happier section nearing the end when Robinson is explaining why he has become a bit of a man whore! Robinson is obviously a very talented singer and artist and you can really hear the pain in his voice and wonder if the story he is telling actually happened to him.
Even though most of the song is similar, it is still very compelling and it is easy to listen to (unless you are in a weepy mood) over and over again to try and get a better picture of what the song is about.
I would suggest Robinson to anyone who likes depressing songs and being able to say that they have found a new band with little following. I like this single, however it feels a little pretentious, but then again most music is, and this is the sort of music that you could imagine in a ‘hip’ tent in a festival. The singing is fantastic and the lyrics are beautiful. Its interesting and different from the other music you would generally find out there at the moment, sadly while writing this review I have been pretty rushed, so I don’t feel that I have really done Robinson justice. I would say just listen to it. It won’t be every one’s cup of tea, but if it is you may have just found yourself a new favourite artist.