The "stabby" vibe continues with the second track "Mind" which is also a single/video. Gritty "Roots"-'esque drums sets the base for this banger, as is the same with the freeflowing keyboard lines, but the main focus here is Swedish soulstress Fatima's captivating voice, her depth tells a story before even saying it.
The third song "Red Light" is a proper "build-up" composition, the instrumental portrays a lightful UK- house arrangement with percussive instruments coming in and out during the length of the record. The vocals on this track is the most fitting with the beat. Dynamically correct, dreamy, loose but still articulate.
The last track "Innervisions" displays as aforementioned this young lady's pipes to a mystical yet laidback and secure backdrop, the restrained production on this song puts the focus on the words & the singing which is damn near a-m-a-z-i-n-g.'
Follow You' might be a short project, but it sure is oh so engaging and unimpaired.
Scandinavian Soul gives this disc a full 10 out of 10!