The haunting nature of ‘Follow Me’ lingers with you for a moment at the songs end, holding your attention in such a way that encourages a second listen; a rare gem that leaves a lasting impression.

James Blake‘s influence is certainly at play here, capturing a great deal of attention using lo-fi and simplistic instrumentals in perfect harmony with a gospel falsetto voice that always manages to crack at devilishly spot-on moments. The song induces an intimate slow rise setup, exploding at the end with an inviting crescendo that would tickle the fancy of both James Blake and Jack Garratt fans alike.