Simple ideas are often the best, most effective ones. Jacob Faurholt’s great idea, in this case, is mixing soft, sad, acoustic indie-folk with ambient sounds that seem to represent the destruction of life itself.
It’s an interesting combo, especially given that most modern folkies try to echo these images through their words.
Eventually, keys enter the picture and add to the feeling of discomfort. Don’t worry about me could be the last song they play before releasing the hounds.